"When the sounds stop" is a dance performance where the choreographer and dancers do not speak about silence but noise. As a performer, the subject of my study is body and movement.
During the performance, dancers go deep into themselves, forcing them to free their bodies from noise reflection. As much as it feels right, it's part of our life sometimes because we are used to it. We allow our mind and body to feel and move upside down. They follow their instincts, both working with each sound, erasing it by letting their body move differently. What will happen when the sounds stop? Can it be a solution to feel and act differently?
Lusil Dance Theatre (Armenia)