Twenty-two conference chairs are set up in the background of the stage. The performer is already at work. In a strictly limited space, he creates and deconstructs, stops and starts again and again. His goal is unknown – it is impossible to anticipate his gestures or predict his intentions, but the spectator is nevertheless carried away by his creative energy. At the border between dance, circus, and performance, PLI is a physical manifestation inspired by Italo Calvino and Leibniz's philosophy in which a single performer labours alone for the schizophrenic reconstruction of the Universe. With boundless human curiosity, the performance confronts the fragile structures of space and thoughts.
School performance: Fri 02 June 2023, 10:00