last night I had the pleasure of visiting The Forsythe Company at Frankfurt Lab in Frankfurt and witnessing Study 3, featuring music by the Dutch composer Thom Willems.
aquatic animal you are into the night slippery like the mist on the tales of my companion. unprejudiced, unprecedented, we retreat equally into the meltdown you are experiencing, thin scales on your fingers, you have
a very nice way of spreading out your exhales, you have
a very fine way of slipping out the window.
we are reacting to innate reflexes that show our insides on the periphery, we are experiencing the calls of mammals in our blood vessels and calling them visions, we are contracting strange interactions from the carpets and we are receiving the soft stories they propel
invertebrate you are still, licking the air for compelling arguments for your kitchen like the scales of your companion. misinstructed and misshapen, you lay quietly upon the mantel in the morning. sharp teeth in your hands, you have
a very nice way of balancing your shoulders, you have
a very charming way of shedding all your skin.
inside a circle, you are outside the structure like old moss on the sculptures in the garden, infatuated and inebriated, they move synchronistically around the clock face in the centre, belly up and flapping on the floor.
incandescent you are inserting punctuation, testing the room for nervous gestures for your stories like the twitching of a stallion. synergistic and sympathetic, you are nowhere on the stage or in the background. Quick veins in your head, you have
a very nice way of picking up on Zeigeist, you have
a subtle way of pretending you don’t care.