15 Variationen über das Offene
Laurent Chétouane brings philosophy and choreography together on a level playing field. He creates an adventurous, puristic aesthetic, in which language, space and movement are set against each other. The second part of his trilogy on togetherness applies the concept of »openness«, which according to Jean-Luc Nancy resists any kind of definition. Chétouane transfers this idea to community and dance. Performing to live music from American composer Nico Muhly, four dancers develop constellations and encounters. Following the pluralistic approach to openness, they seek out possibilities for a diverse community.