How do we inhabit space, what is our relationship with it? What happens when in space we are several, invading, discomforting, yielding in order to coexist? What happens with enclosure, with the movement that wants to explode and be bigger than its spatial limits?
This work explores how space affects human relationships, not only with others, but with ourselves; how proximity to others affects our mind and body; how the relationship of several bodies in a space makes them act, interact and define their coexistence.
Choreography by Sarah Storer
Production of the Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo
Artistic director and choreographer | Sarah Storer
Assistant to the direction | Santiago Mariño
Costume designer | Rafael Arévalo
Lighting designer | Juan Camilo Plazas
Set design | Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo
Sound | Diego Amorocho
Dancers | Milena Salazar, Verónica Arteaga, Frey González, Sofía Negret, Santiago Mariño, Santiago Rojas, Juan David Cárdenas, Bryan Corredor