This performance requires a clearly defined space; an enclosure that defines the relationship between the dancers.
There is no other way out than to confront this simple truth, the other’s presence is too close to escape a face-to-face confrontation.
This is a meeting in which we discover the other and also oneself.
We observe each other, gauge each other, evaluate each other; the moods follow on, one after another, leaving their marks.
The dance is an entanglement - either tender or ferocious - and is mirrored by the other person. In-between understanding and conflict, we push each other away, accept each other and make do or oppose each other.