It is always quite hard to chose what to share... You want to give a taste of what the piece will be like, but you also want to test the ideas you've been developping in the studio.
And for the first time, I could work and research without having to show a polished work-in-progress (or without putting the pressure on myself, to present a polished work-in-progress!).
And as a result of this... tranquility of mind... the sharing was a super positive experience: we chatted, I heard feedbacks, I asked questions, we shared our experience of dancing, partying...
The CAT students were with us during the sharing and hopefully the work made them question what forms dance can embrace.
Credit picture: Georges Maikel Pires Monteiro
Currently touring The Ephemeral life of an octopus.
Dingoes in the making