Twilight is a multisensory three-dimensional poem about saying goodbye. In an abstract physical space, the audience meets the after-sound of someone else who is no longer present. A smell, a gust of wind, transformations in space, a patch of noise. They suggest a lost intimate history.Twilight is a short and intense poetic installation which combines filmic elements like suspense, forecasting, and combines this with theatrical placement in space. The narrative lasts 5 minutes. This 'Multisensory Automated Theater' experience takes place in a dark space of 5x5x3 meters, which can be accessed by groups of up to 6 people per session. The public can move freely around the room. The installation resets after each session. After a simple push of a button, the installation can be relived. Within the Automated Theater projects, POLYMORF investigates new forms to design filmic and theatrical experiences that can function completely autonomously.