In Seven, the choreographer Pal Frenak looks at what it means to be an expatriate. He questions the necessity of redefining individuality and national identity, and whether such a transformation is at all possible. The process of breaking free and integrating is presented as a kind of abstract, corporal metamorphosis. The choreography enhances abstracted movement in a way that treats the entire three-dimensional space as a “danceable” spatial geometry, which can be modified by the simple process of rearranging the scene. Using contemporary elements of fine art, it stretches the boundary between the possible and the impossible.