opya is a sonic and performative project by artists Pauline Mikó and Job Worms. Aiming to strengthen the relationship between plants, nature and human beings, the duo performs live in symbiosis with plants on stage, basing their set on listening and improvisation. Through a system of sensors and electrodes connected to the roots of the plants and the body of Pauline Mikó, the bio-electric exchange set up is transformed into sounds, thanks to modular synthesizers and arduino boards. The sound waves generated by touch are then modulated to produce electronic music, both for the ears of the spectators but also for the plants themselves. Job Worms produces slow beats and plays with the frequencies of his modular synthesizers to accompany the plants and the voice of Pauline Mikó. A dialogue between plants, the body and technology.