Barack Obama was once accused of not being authentic, because he spoke differently depending on who he was talking to. But what if we were all permanently engaged in these kinds of communicative shifts? Social shape-shifters who reinvent themselves again and again, with mutual transformation as their normal state?
After Momentum, Ghost Trio and Vis Motrix, CocoonDance return to us with a new contemporary dance performance that is both fascinating and irritating.
The company's dancers meet children and young people, urban dancers and parkour artists, a Krump dancer and the DJ sound artist Franco Mento. They merge into a body organism within which the individual does not deny his origin: a polyphonic synthesis of disparate parts.