Wildly talking to themselves, Ioannis Mandafounis and Fabrice Mazliah take to the stage. As soon as their feet touch the shiny, mirrored dance floor, their bodies are set into motion. Barely comprehensible descriptions of scenarios and virtuoso fragmentary choreographic segments flood the stage and force us to focus on the individual. This new piece by former Forsythe Company colleagues Ioannis Mandafounis and Fabrice Mazliah is a choreographic hidden object, from which a irresistable pull emanates. EIFO EFI wills us to give up our safe grasp of recognisable individuals and meaningful individual elements, and to lose ourselves in the multiple sensations of this machinery of excessive demands. So the group discovers new ways to interweave the experiences of the audience and performers, and to question the theatrical direction of perception.