Nothing will ever be the same again. A global pandemic has changed human life on planet Earth. Natural disasters constantly alert us to the problems of climate change. But how do we deal with such an experience? What do we do differently? Will we learn and care more about ourselves, our surroundings, our nature, our planet? The immersive installation Superar artistically processes the coronavirus crisis and its impact on humanity and planet Earth. It explores the reaction and reflection of the audience. The time for change is now. It is not too late to start behaving differently. Respect the environment, respect animals, respect others. The coronavirus has created a health crisis. But the climate has improved. Water is less contaminated, air quality is better, animals have started to return to places they left long ago because of humans. Our society is obsessed with constant overproduction and overconsumption. But what changed when we were forced to stay at home? We worked from home, we didn’t use mass transit, we used new technologies to communicate with the outside world more than ever before. We became more frugal. We stopped. Plan C is walking the path of harmony and synergistic balance. The peaceful coexistence of people and nature is the guiding principle of future life. The installation works with light and video as the main creative principles. While light represents all environmental damage, video stands for the Earth, nature and humans themselves. Superar is a spectacular projection that immediately draws the visitor in and doesn’t let go. Nothing will ever be the same again. Nor will you when you step out of the magical light scenery of the Industrial Palace.