In the duet Infinite Games (2017) two b-boys create a playground where possibilities are infinite. Driven by curiosity and eagerness to move, they try to organise the chaos that surrounds them. By agreeing on rules and at the same time breaking them again, a joyful interplay is set in motion exposing an endless world of ideas.
Joseph Simon and Jonas Frey met during their study at the ArtEZ School of Dance in Arnhem. Both makers have a shared passion for ‘breaking’ and combine urban and contemporary movement languages in their work.
The initially synchronous movement sequences change into a dialogue that continually takes on new forms that result from the current events. […] It is fascinating to see how the intense interaction between the two dancers is never broken.