One moment intimately moving, another poignantly absurd, Constructions of Thin Air exposes our desire and refusal to belong.
Nine performers merge contemporary dance, physical theatre and everyday objects to transform the stage into shifting architectural landscapes that provoke thoughts about place and identity.
Constructions of Thin Air unfolds in two acts: the first asks questions about the notion of belonging to systems - whether political, economical, or social; the second provokes thoughts on the notion of home and family.
Created by Tilted's Artistic Director Maresa von Stockert in collaboration with an intergenerational cast, this new work for the stage has evolved from the company's acclaimed outdoor promenade piece BELONGING(s) which was performed at 101, the Corn Exchange's Outdoor Arts Creation Space, in 2017.
“Maresa von Stockert has a choreographic sensibility that’s all her own, a mix of intellectual and sensory scrupulousness that makes her work strikingly original.”