I HAVE LIVED EVERYWHERE BUT HERE
a nomadic intervention
Where can you find yourself at home?
Can we build a home together wherever we go?
Who determines what this home will be?
A piece of dance floor is peeled off the stage, and carried out of the theater into an unstable world.
Wherever it unrolls, the floor and its inhabitants begin to build themselves a new home.
Outside, the floor evolves into a shapeshifting body. Temporary sculptures form and fade, becoming shelters, cavities of intimacy – a living landscape.
Ashley and Domenik feel at-home, and are out-of-place at the same time. In this performance, they question what home means to them in a world that is always shifting. How can they find belonging in impermanence?
photographer: Ziqi XU