How can a body move next to a person reading?
How can a dance story-telling exist next to the written language already existing in every book?
In a newly created land between the written literature and the readability of movements, we find If Only I Knew. At the library, among the bookshelves.
Choreographer Ioannis Mandafounis invites you to an environment where silent movements raise questions about meaning. The piece is designed and adapted to situations and experiences in the present where it is located. Ioannis calls this immediate dramaturgy and storytelling. Read more about Ioannis here.
Performance photo: Lia Jacobi
Poster photo: Anna Thors