Pineal Fun Factory revolves around the concept of cult, using it as a vehicle to justify the group work in which the artist positions herself as the leader of the organization, and director of all resulting works. Under ambiguous appearance of an artistic collective focused on music and audiovisual production, aesthetic resources are played with and experimented upon, referencing to secret societies.

In this context, the cult becomes a space of liberation and transformation. Through film shootings and studio music recordings, which operate as carefully designed rituals, liminal spaces are generated, allowing the artists to immerse themselves in a collective journey into the unknown, where technology plays a fundamental role, merging with the ancestral.