In der die das, three dancers dance, sing, slap each other, roll, move ecstatically, congratulate themselves, proceed from form to sensation. They dance as a radio transmitter that simultaneously receives frequencies and emits ‘musical-physicalities.’ They dance as they loose, as they leave everything they create.
Thus, the choreography tries to both catch and elicit the experience of physicality’s diversity in one big flow. In this sense, the audience follows the journey of the three performers as they slowly move into a physical state of perpetual transition.
Choreography: Simon Tanguy Dance: Olivia Reschofsky, Carles Casallachs, Jan Barta Photography: N. de Boer