After-performance talk with the choreographer of YELP Dance Company, Mariela Nestora.
, a work by the YELP Dance Company
and choreographed by Mariela Nestora, follows the tale of a duet in a space where living forms meld with video projections. It is the last part in the S trilogy, which was inspired by the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology, who uses the term ‘Lebenswelt’ to define the world which we each perceive around us. In this work, then, the worlds of the two dancers coexist with a third: the world of the audience.