OneSquareMeter is a duet inspired by the geographic coordinates that correspond to the latitude of the City of London, a place subject to change, vibration, overpopulation, and constant deviations; where there is room for chaos, calmness, but also for the unexpected. The dancers are spatially bound on stage, struggling to find the consistency of a sequence of movements that emerges slowly and progressively within the apparent chaos.

17 min
24th November 2014 , Lilian Baylis (Sadler’s Wells, London)
Concept and choreography

Avatâra Ayuso

Dancers and creative collaborators

B. Tookey and J.A. Minaai

Lighting/ Sound

Avatâra Ayuso

© Images by David Stroud

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