by and with Ingrid Berger Myhre and Teilo Troncy
Sync questions our existential struggle to let go what is past and loved and prevents us to live here and now.
Sync is a physical exploration of what it means to let go of what is loved but gone, of what it is to face the losses that are preventing commitment to the present.
While the 2 performers search to make their movement and voices exist longer in time and space, they revisit and reinvent narrations of their intimacy, of their togetherness.
Through a series of movement tasks and metaphors the performers of Sync embody narratives of intimacy, togetherness, and parting. The couple dancing embodies this struggle as the audience is invited to imagine and experience the traces that remains behind and in between the 2 bodies.
Sometimes they follow independent investigations, searching to fulfill and get away from the bound space holding them together. Other times they directly confront one another, playing the line between game and violent struggle or tenderly holding and releasing parts of each other's bodies.
As audience members witness these varied psycho-physical landscapes they are invited to reflect on the complex and paradoxical layers of intimacy and loss.
Sync was premiered the 14th of June 2010 at the Melkweg Theater in Amsterdam as part of the graduation program of the SNDO. It was also performed in Sophiensaele in Berlin.
Advice: Liat T. Waysbort and Felix Ritter
Light: Ellen Knops
Production: Odin Heyligen
SNDO / MELKWEG AMSTERDAM / SOPHIENSAELE BERLIN
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