The performance As if, I have missed myself is based on movement, sound and video art which create ever-changing visual landscapes on stage.
The piece arises from an out-of-body experience, which triggered choreographers Fabio Liberti and Emanuele Rosa to question the notion of personal identity. With this detached perspective of oneself, one encounters the fragmentation in the coherence of Being. Can such fractured parts coexist and function as a unity? Can we think of them as one? Would we like to? In their encounters - as well as missed encounters - the performers shape a space for reflection and present a time where past, present and future intertwine.
in the multiplicity of Being I am captive and free at once there it begins and ends a question - and an answer lies - what falls out of One (Sara Živkovič)
As if, I have missed myself represents the first project that combines the choreographic practice of Fabio Liberti and Emanuele Rosa, both authors and performers of the piece. The collaboration was born out of an intense exchange of ideas and instinctive artistic connection and the project has been developed during three residency periods - two in Denmark, at Performing Arts Platform and at Bora Bora in Aarhus, and one at Teatro del Lemming in Italy.
A Bora Bora co-production.