Dubito Ergo Sum
In the style of release-based contemporary dance, with quirky accents of tribal and classical movement, three South Africans rediscover their past through the vessel of movement - paging through cultural experiences and moments that have come to define them.
Society prefers to fill empty space with more and more information, drawing fewer and fewer conclusions. To some, this perpetual searching and ambivalence represents a type of freedom: Dubito ergo sum, I doubt therefore I am.
The interaction among the dancers represents the daily life of many people, fervently drawn to others yet also constantly repelled out of fear to be truly known.
Choreographed and performed by: Llewellyn Mnguni, Celeste Botha and Marlin Zoutman.