A film is being shot. A synthesizer hums. A table is set and a space ship has landed. We start out on an island. We end in space. Somewhere in-between, capitalism goes underwater on its way to Mars. Welcome to the Future Past! Jacques Rancière once said, maybe, it is more important to save fiction from reality, than to protect reality from fiction.“ In this spirit, this episode follows the glow of the strangest of all elements, Phosphorus, from its extraterrestrial origins via alchemistic experiments, bird excrements, pacific islands, colonial expansions and dietary geopolitics to the new subaquatic and, once again, outer space territories of capitalism. In collaboration between various artists, theoreticians, a designer and a space station architect, the installation and performance measures the distance between islands and planets, tragedy and transgression, future, fiction and past. A gigantic table spans time and space; there is food to incorporate the stories and histories, and a space station that is a film set. In the words of Jean-François Lyotard, „myth can only be told in the language of the myth.“ With contributions by a.ACHAT, Daniel Colucciello Barber, Stefan Becker, Hannes Broecker, Nikolaus Gansterer, James Hoff, Barbara Imhof, Margarete Jahrmann, Marian Kaiser, D. Kaufman, Jonas Loh, Fred Rapid, Klaus Schafler, Claudia Schötz. Naurutica is Episode 3 of the ongoing project "The Future of Demonstration – Vermögen" developed by Sylvia Eckermann and Gerald Nestler in collaboration with Maximilian Thoman. The multi-layered festival, a hybrid of a symposium, exhibition, long term performance and live broadcasting is taking place at REAKTOR, Vienna, Austria from 31.10. – 11.11. 2017.