The COVID-19 outbreak 2020-22 forced us to completely reevaluate our behaviors and to find creative alternative solutions for global communication, including new ways for communicating art. As a composer and researcher, I´ve dedicated the recent years, partly isolated, to exploring the telematic performance medium. Indeed, the idea to work with digital mediation of both time and space in a live performance is interesting, at least from a composer's perspective. However, to use media ecologist Marshall McLuhan´s vocabulary; every extension is also an amputation. A Latency Accepting Approach (LAA) is the starting point for this research with an aim to let the conditions of the telematic performance format to influence the artistic processes. The research is carried out in multiple iterations / short case studies inspired by action research. Each iteration includes three key steps: planning, action, and analyses of results. Consequently, the result of one iteration informs the planning process for the next iteration. The first iteration was carried out in collaboration with a chamber ensemble and included the premiere of the composition Latency Music. Eight musicians were performing together in real-time from eight different locations In Sweden conducted by a rolling screen score. The second iteration included a telematic performance of my composition Embracing Distance. Six musicians were performing together from three different continents (Australia, Europe, and the USA). Pen and Paper Quartet, presented and performed at SAR-2021, was the third iteration of the project.