Three performers set a chilled-out club dance into a mesmerizing and dizzying wave-like motion, pushing their physical limits until everything morphs into one big chunk of untamed energy. At maximal exertion and sweaty physicality, their movement flow audaciously reinvents itself as luminous and ever-changing impressions. The performance space dilates, dissolves and shifts. Time gets chopped up then blends back together again.
From ecstasy to turmoil, from build-up to its dismantling, If You Could See Me Now challenges expectations, shakes them up, grinds them to a halt. It finds a tipping point and tilts to another dimension, crystallizing something new and unreserved: a liberation.