2.0 2.0 is an inquiry into our brains as (data)banks and bodies as (data)bots. Where do we store memories or echoes of their form? Is there a digital cache in our minds of the moments we capture? Can these be retrieved and recalled by a single physical gesture or sequence of muscle movements as lines of code can decrypt data and numerical sequences can unlock a digital archive? What are the neurological or physiological impacts of repetitive gestures we use to access digital data? How might these reprogram our autogenous connections to sensory stimuli? 2.0 builds upon these themes by immersing audiences in an environment where music has spatial coordinates we can sail to byway of a synaptic map and the winds of our senses.