3-adic is a choreography based on Bauhaus artist Oskar Schlemmer’s particular conception of the body/space.  The piece examines how the space is occupied, drawn by the body, and how individuals (a triad of women, in this case) move in an effort to find their own place.  Marked by the geometrics of the stage lights, the spatial boundaries created are understood as an abstract representation of where we are, where we go, and what we leave behind.

Premiered at Aarhus International Choreaographic Competition 2008.

Finalist at Aarhus International Choreaographic Competition 2008.

June 2007 Aix en Provance (France)
Concept and choreography

Avatâra Ayuso


Sabine Ceulemans , Nina Vallon, Marija Slavec


Steve Reich

Lighting design

Eugenia Morales

Costume design

Avatâra Ayuso

@ Images by Eugenia Morales
The choreographer, Avatâra Ayuso, puts special attention to the timings, the coordination of bodies, the group dynamics, achieving also a kind of “suspension”, permanence of movement

Gabriele Gorgas Dresdener Neueste Nachrichten (Germany)

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