The skein of Moebius
An interesting dance-theater performance, in which the dancers are united by very particular elements.
Art and Literature
Moebius' skein, by choreographer Teresa Duggan, is performed by the Duggandanza company and performed by only seven women. It is an interesting setting, where more than virtuosity in the performers we can see living paintings, paintings with unstructured movements, rather almost improvised. A wardrobe with many colors and different textures stands out, with wool predominating. Light and music also play an important role, creating an almost dreamlike atmosphere. The dances or movements have a contemporary base, but you can see a hint of indigenous, Japanese and even some esoteric traces. They use skeins of wool, yarns, ribbons, fabrics and even knitting needles; elements that incorporate them into the dance with great naturalness and as a means of linking up with each other or dialoguing with the space. These women play different characters, like a girl, a young girl, a woman or an old sorceress, but they are always united by a thread or wool. They can dance forward or backward, also from above, below, inside or outside a large white cloth. It is a mystical journey, a rite, or simply a living picture. You can see it at CELCIT in Moreno 431, CABA, every Saturday at 8 pm. Please note: tickets are unnumbered and can be booked online.