Improvisation, free dance and live visual projections to allow us to enjoy an impressive, vibrant show in a 100 % immersive space.
Urban dance company Brodas Bros and visual artists Desilence have joined forces to create this exceptional show for immersive spaces. Sokkyō means ‘to improvise’ in Japanese and it refers to the need to adapt and improvise when dealing with unforeseen situations that occur in life. This piece is a representation of how, in the face of each circumstance, we act and interact to adapt to it and fit in or to turn it into another more desirable situation. Improvised dance and visual arts go hand in hand through interaction and simultaneity.
In its 15-year career, the Catalan urban dance and culture company has created and performed 15 shows all over the world. Their shows are always brim-full of energy, spectacular choreographies and a positive attitude that very much defines their style. Lovers of new challenges, and constantly looking to grow and evolve, they have worked with, among others, the Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès, el Tricicle, Dagoll Dagom, Brincadeira, the Fundación Toni Manero and Cirque du Soleil.
Desilence are the visual artists Tatiana Halbach and Søren Christensen, who since 2005 have taken part in the creation of large-scale stage shows, live visuals, visual set design, musicals, dance shows and installations. All their facets arise from research and careful elaboration, from experimentation and exploration from different angles.