A new choreographed work by Léa Tirabasso pays a visit to Kinneksbond this Friday.
“The Ephemeral Life of an Octopus” (photo Danilo Moroni) is described as “absurd and grotesque, playful and liberating.” It questions the strangeness of having a body animalistic. A co-production between the Kinneksbond and the KLAP, Maison pour la danse, Marseille, the work is new and exciting. Based on the choreographer's personal experience of ovarian cancer, the work questions the strangeness of having a body. It is “at once scientific, philosophical and visceral” and “looks at the dysfunction, chaos and vibrant life force of the body from within and without.” Check out the trailer here.