SENSES by Loïc Perela is an attempt to embrace the human senses as the elements that bind us, human beings. We live in a fast and rapidly changing world, where agenda’s dictate our lives and society forces us to produce, consume and long for more, always, without us really knowing why. To see, hear, feel, taste and smell; how aware are we still of those natural ingredients of our body, through which we can discover and embody the world around us. Can we slow down and pay attention?
SENSES in the press
After a nice abrupt beginning, as if suddenly a switch is pulled, the five dancers seem to be set in motion by a huge wind machine. They react to each other like starlings in a swarm.
The performance has a good built up, the transitions between the different ways of moving are calm and worked out, making the transitions almost seem invisible.
Perela is extremely consistent. In SENSES the performers are turned into players of fields of power. It gives the viewer the chance to observe the subtle game.
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