Voice, body. An empty stage, dim light. A recorded voice: a disembodied sound. A lyrical text which becomes sound and therefore rhythm, to which the actor, voiceless, moves.
The voice recites and the body dances. Actor and audience together. From poor visibility to a full moon.
From a confusion of sounds and images, to precision and recognising images.
Today, where the boundaries of an actor’s work are blurred, the audience opens a door and walks into an empty room where everything might or might not be in the right place.