vloeistof places its dancers in the unorchestrated reality of a road. cyclists, cars, trucks and pedestrians pass by. the frame of the window provides the cadre though which all seems to have a purpose. what do I see? where should I look? what is fake? who is in the plot? and who is watching? what do I expect? in this setting vloeistof uses a suspension that teases. with subtile distortions and interventions the choreographers-duo in a striking manner discloses behavior in the urban environment.
a dance experience that provides you with a different perspective of dance
“before you know it you are part of the cast. passer-by also get a perfromance. exciting, intimidating, chilling and very well put together. thanks!”
“beautiful and provocative! especially the alternation of spying on someone outside the car and suddenly being spied upon yourself,- the interaction in the car itself between the viewers,-the question whether you look more at the dancers or more to the reactions of the passersby, -towards the end: the dancers are so far away that you realize yourself that you usually never look at objects that far away....”