Following his much acclaimed solo “Jailbreak Mind“, the new work by dancer and choreographer Fabien Prioville is devoted to the topics of territories and frontiers.

Together with video artist Naoko Tanaka, among other things known for her collaboration with Düsseldorf choreographer Morgan Nardi, as well as musician Frank Schulte who was already involved in “Jailbreak Mind“, this production deals with individual, collective and geographical frontiers. Fabien Prioville debates territorial space that surrounds every individual but is also claimed by social groups: Engulfing every body and every human being, often even slipping our perception, maybe even triggering war. The techniques of defining and defending territory are techniques of the body: Dancers Paolo Fossa and Moo Kim test their limits, balancing trespassing and abiding. The choreography plays with the French form of “we“ and – divided into two syllables – the English “no us“.

Concept, Choreography: Fabien Prioville
Dance: Paolo Fossa, Moo Kim
Music: Frank Schulte
Video: Naoko Tanaka
Stage design: Fabien Prioville, Frank Imsiepen
Lighting design: Marcus Keller

A production by the Fabien Prioville Dance Company, in coproduction with tanzhaus nrw and Tráfo Budapest. Supported by the Ministry for Family, Children, Youths, Culture and Sports of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, the Office for Cultural Affairs of the State Capital of Düsseldorf, the Foundation for the Arts and Cultures of the Sparkassenstiftung Düsseldorf and the Stiftung van Meeteren.