If only we knew pre-pandemic just how fitting it would be to conceptualize a show that poses the question,
"Who is in control?"
In 2126.96.36.199, two dancers move fluidly, circling each other and the space almost obsessively. As they do so, the audience is consumed by a choice: direct attention to the movement, or to the action of lighting the space.
With full agency to choose the lighting design, spectators pick up lights, change their colors, and instantly change the mood of the piece. At times focused on movement, and at times fully engulfed in technological play, the audience looses passivity and becomes an active participant, immersed in creating the work itself.
Number of Dancers: 2
Runtime: 15 minutes