This interactive and durational participatory installation was a creative response to the ups and downs, swings and roundabouts of internationalism. It was a surreal take on the everyday reality of international travel: waiting rooms, forms, desks, stamps, and frozen smiles. Hoping to open up a space for reflection, it played with and subverted the structures present in the bureaucratic world of visa applications, passport controls, and border crossings. The experience was designed as a liner journey for one person at a time. The performers remained silent throughout, their fake smiles fixed on their faces. Upon entering this Kafkian world, audience members were taken into the waiting area, where they were instructed to fill out a form with their personal details. They were then ushered into another room, where they were met by a series of clerks at different desks. The process allowed people to adopt a new nationality, picked at random by one of the clerks, for a period of twenty-four hours.