Emptied of their identity, dispossessed of history, anonymous beings are projected in a black hole. Moving, lost in the midst of time, as intuitive and instinctive bodies. Stroked by lighting and sounds as vanishing flashbacks of a tattered memory. There is no mild glimmer, no melody: Within obscurity, fugitive luminous stains enlighten the bodies while the fragments of staccato sounds hit them. Soak immerse us into the obscure universe of lost bodies trying to remember.
“ [...] A jewel in which the spectator is immersed in a complete artistic world. The dance, lighting and music are each independent works, and alone could have imbued the stage with an intriguing, sombre and mysterious atmosphere, but together they create a complete and cohesive world that is captivating from all angles.” -Laura Pinsonneault-Craig, DFDanse, Montréal, janvier 2012
“ [...] The music-dance relationship is not one of accompaniment, but rather of fusion. This intimacy between the two arts is striking. What the eyes see is brilliantly underscored by what the ears hear. The result is a veritable gem of ingenuity.” -Dominique Thomas, Danse Nouvelles Montréal, janvier 2012
“ Good work, precise research, powerful shoe-string effects, and two solid performers who are rigorously in synch in body and intentions. ” -Catherine Lalonde, Le Devoir, Montréal, janvier 2012
Choreographers Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Martin Messier
Dancers on stage Brianna Lombardo, Elinor Fueter
Creative process dancers Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Brianna Lombardo