FOG IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN DARK, AS IT GIVES THE ILLUSION OF SEEING
Soon, lightness will make space for an uninvited guest. Tension will pant in our necks. Charged, invisible but very sensable. When it reveals itself, it is so close to our skin that we cannot help but stiffen up with holded breath.
Fog is more dangerous than dark, as it gives the illusion of seeing, is an absurdistic physical performance that brings out the discomforts of being human. In the preparation to performing an opera, a number of inexplicable situations unfold. The question is; what do you do, when you no longer know if you yourself are acting strange or if the others are acting strange? When you can’t recall who is laughing about who? If you don’t remember how we ever got to this point?