In continuation of the work that João Martinho Moura has been developing within the relation of body and media art, the author presents a piece in total immersion in the gnration gallery in Braga. VV is a virtual reality artwork, individual, intimate, where the visitor experiences a sequence of three states that confront and question the body with (immaterial) space, sound, and the out-of-body concept, inspired by G.N.M. Tyrrell, in his book Apparitions (1943), and the embodiment concepts by Don Idhe, in his book Bodies in Technology (2001). This sequence will be presented in stages along the display period. VV is also strongly inspired by the research developed by pioneers in the area of virtual reality, such as Ivan Sutherland, creator of the Ultimate Display concept (1965); Morton Heilig, Sensorama (1962); and Jaron Lanier, The sound of one hand (1992). The piece will be in continuous transformation, planned by the author, during three months of the exhibition.