Currently reading : Sang Bleu C L U S T E R S : 4””The Way Things Wait: THIS FRIDAY IN BRUSSELS
A proposition by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat.
As soon as the given constellation of bodies on stage gets off-balance, this very opening motion continues passing on throughout the entire length of the performance. One body propels the next, impulse after impulse, accident after accident. C L U S T E R S : 4””The Way Things Wait pictures both a relentless catastrophe and a complexly designed machinery in which the forces of nature are compelled to do the work.
The piece exploits the productivity of self-imposed constraints, triggering the fabrication of surprising connections and new combinations. Choreography turns into step-by-step problem solving, when each constellation of bodies conditions the possibilities for the next movement.
(Text by Busy Rorks)
8PM at MAPP Rue Léon Lepage, 5 1000 – Brussels – BE, with dancers Fabian Barba, Franziska Aigner, Tuur Marinus, Gabriel Schenker and Marisa Cabal.