In the Felix experiment, we will use different working methods. The starting point is a desire to explore the tension that exists between freedom and constraints, between conscious choices and randomness, and between rules and intuitions.

The result of the experiment will take the form of a choreography for people and objects.

Movement material in the experiment is created through:
instant composition where performers must create the movements under strict conditions
translating other expressions into movements (for example, translating a drawing into directions in space)
using “chance” methods (dice, coins, etc.) to make the necessary choices during the process

Participants first get to work on tasks that are individual but have a common origin.

Later, we’ll explore what happens when we overlap the different elements and let them meet in the same time and space. Here we are again confronted with the random and unexpected.

Read the trial’s statement of intent here