How does your body feel today?

In this time of velocity and violence, choreographer and performer André Uerba explores intimacy as a practice of being together, along with seven performers and a musician. This work plays with the boundaries between sharing and withdrawing, movement and stillness, vulnerability and exposure.

The performers structure their encounter through a slow pace, propelling their bodies to attune, sink and merge together, refining their present moment. The desire to make hidden things visible is unfolded by their intimate gestures. Collectively they turn their gaze to inner landscapes where slowness and touch become a main practice.

In English

Please note that this production contains nudity.

Dance Performance

André Uerba

Artistic Direction and Choreography by André Uerba (Portugal) | Created with György Jellinek (Hungary), Jone San Martin (Spain), Lyllie Rouvière (France), Manoela Rangel (Brazil) and Pedro Aybar (Dominican Republic) | Performed by György Jellinek, Lea Fulton (United States), Lyllie Rouvière, Manoela Rangel, Nattan Dobkin, Pedro Aybar, and Kauri Sorvari (Finland) | Sound Design / Live Music  by Kreatress (United States) | Song: Live Rendition and Excerpt from Vivaldi’s “Cum dederit” | Dramaturgical Support by Meg Stuart (United States) | Lighting Design, Space, Photos and Live Music by André Uerba | Executive Production & Press Short Hope | Co-Production with Radialsystem | Residency Support Provided by Tanzfabrik, Theaterhaus Mitte

Supported by NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NETWORK – STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR. Assistance Program for Dance.