Simultaneously, we meet the policeman Eric Johnsen who, with his civilly dressed agency, tries to dismantle the gang. GHETTO JUSTICE explores the causes of crime, the complexity of power, and the lives of outsiders. The performance expresses itself as theater, club, ritual, concert, film and dance. On a psychological level, the work revolves around our concepts of masculine structures in society, and how they stifle individual freedom. The narrative moves from the street, through youths clubs, gyms, police stations and finally, prison. Contemporary art is used to devise new laws and rituals that define our transgressions of religion, sexuality, crime and justice. This creates an experience that reflects an individual state of emergency, where distinctions between good/evil or black/white are abolished. GHETTO JUSTICE invites visual artists, musicians and writers to design this story.