Main Act:

In this dance duet we set out to explore how technology can support us in re-imagining the human body as open and unfixed in terms of identity. We are interested in the myriad of possibilities for action (including revolution) that arise from thinking of our bodies in this way.
The work will be a 10-minute dance piece which will include the projection of a short film, which we created in collaboration with filmmaker Marta Di Francesco.

About Marquez & Zangs:

Experts in moving direction and graduates of London’s Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Mariana Lucia Marquez and Emma Zangs are the founders of Marquez & Zangs, an agency that creates experimental choreography for live and digital formats. The duo explore the ways that body language and movement can be used to engage with a wider range of scenarios, creating open-ended performances that are not strictly concurrent with traditional dance. Their work and research explores the potential of the body and identity, developing ways that interaction and movement can engage people beyond the click.