The interventions of the first route engage themselves with the topic of choreographic occupation. The dancers interrupt everyday constraints and non-questioned urban routines. They appear in places where they are not expected. Their dance temporarily occupies your neighborhood. They look like you and I, but in dancing and through dancing they are in search of alternatives and possibilities beyond profit-orientated urban ways of living. The dancers collectively undermine everyday capitalistic structures. Their choreographies reveal scopes of development that put new forms of urban society to the test.
You are offered a new direction of moving.
Different possibilities of encountering.
Have you noticed them yet?