NAVIGUER À VUE, 2016     
Performance, Installation (light sculptures, metal antennae)     
Duration approximately 25 minutes for 3 dancers

Definition: Navigation by sight. Navigation by observation and knowledge of physical surroundings (wind, landmarks, celestial bodies, horizon, tides).

This sculptural choreography is based on concepts of navigation, set in a world in the not-so-distant future where the sky has no visible stars. Moments of darkness and confusion, of being lost in orientation are juxtaposed with human contact and path finding. The light vessels throughout the set convey a sense of spatial order at times of rest, but also disorient when they are moved and displaced creating unfixed points of light.