And It Went Everywhere /3
By: Anton Mirto
Six faceless dancers move like a virus across Cape Town to an invisible set of instructions, temporarily occupying and transforming its spaces. Responding to diverse City sites, the dancers attach themselves with stretched nylon to railings, drains, statues and other physical projections - merging body, geometrics, space and meaning.
Through multiple interventions, places and buildings are spontaneously re-configured and subtly re-designed, triggering new readings. Simultaneously creating a personal and anonymous space for the stopping-places of human existence, And It Went Everywhere suggests playful and poignant alternatives for using public space.
And It Went Everywhere / 3 is rooted in A2company’s previous works centred on notions of manipulation, choice and situationism presented in London (2007 and 2011) and developed through a commission at Werkstätten-und-Kulturhaus in Vienna (2010).