In its design and choreography, Evo represents the expression of the quest for simplicity.
Based on similar principles to the Butoh dance, the performance combines slow and precise movements in a strong and pure visual in order to reach the spectator into his imagination, his body, his soul.
Accompanied by a powerful surrounding sound, the body unfolds from an initial position evoking an egg embedded in the earth to stand up, facing the audience, in a calm and serene verticality.
Throughout this choreographic journey, the white dancer moves as a pure matter without unnecessary movement, mingling with the earth, the matrix element.
Evo is usually performed outdoor, but suites definitely well to any indoor or specific spaces.
"performer, choreographer and concept designer skilled in slow-motion, i create performative projects that deal with time and space"