A dance piece about people and their relationship to nature | from 2 years
In Things at the End of the World, two performers invite the audience to come into contact with "things", to look at them, touch them and question their own relationship with nature. A special space is created with objects that appear as if they could come from nature, but somehow do not.
What is nature and what is not, what does nature feel like and how do our ideas of nature come about? Various shapes, large and small, with colors and materials reminiscent of stones, rocks or other natural phenomena, are integrated into a performative game of attention, proximity and encounter.This content has been machine translated.