The origins of this show lie in a solo piece by Raquel Klein entitled 1’28, a reference to the time it takes for light to travel from the Moon to the Earth. The ability of light to alter objects and to remodel them features once again in Wu Wei, a piece for five dancers and two musicians that raises questions about time, the void and the importance of being in a place. Hence the fact that the title of this work alludes to a concept in Taoist philosophy, wu wei, which means ‘non-action’ or ‘non-doing’.
Wu Wei is a visual and sound journey in which the bodies and light create powerful images, suggestive landscapes, through contemplation. This is a rigorous piece by a young creator who has worked with Eulàlia Bergadà (Gold Dust Rush, which had its premiere at the Grec) and with Lipi Hernández - Malqueridas (El canto de los caballos, performed at the Festival SÂLMON - Mercat de les Flors).