This piece, a two dancer set, essentially shows the irony of the 'search for perfect humanity'. At the outset, the main characters are presented as the perfect human.The viewer witnesses attempts of domination and the characters trying to abuse each-other. Yet, these attempts fail and in this failure the piece aims to reveal that the most beautiful act of perfection is a failed one.
Choreography: Marion Zurbach
Performance: Vittorio Bertolli and Irene Andreetto
« Black Pool » shows the last hours of the world, yet rather aims at dealing with the denial of danger as its main topic. Are we capable of realising the global dangers affecting humanity at all? The idea of danger itself is often denied by most of us, trusting in higher powers (elected or spiritual) to protect us.
Could it be that it is this denial that actually brings the danger or leads it out of control ? Because we close our eyes for bit of shortviewed happyness ?
Happyness ? Yes, but for how long and at what price ?
A fable – a hollywood blockbuster – is this how we perceive our end ? Are we capable to see danger without it is being staged for us?
Fried Air is an interactive show. The Master of Ceremony coordinates the play and its characters. At every plot twist he gives the viewers the opportunity to vote between two options. By voting, each audience member becomes responsible for the sequence of events and for the future of the characters.