for the time being (research project)



using pop music, movement, video projection and fake plants as a pallete, for the time being aims to test the audiences’ patience and appetite for overstimulation in a world where technology rules.

two physical dancers and one digital dancer perform a one hour durational performance that constantly oscillates between reality and surrealism, speed and slowness and satisfaction and suspense.


the work aims to question whether one scond can be as valuable as one hour:






with: simea cavelti, celina liesegang, riccardo tarocco.
various formats: 1 hour duarational performance (loop) or 30 minutes performance.



The research was made through the Choreography Award at DanceXchange, Birmingham and the FreeSpace programme at Studio Wayne McGregor.



Mark FOR THE TIME BEING