Assembly Instructions is a solo performance driven by the desire to question and deconstruct the so-called normative body and the subject on stage. It is a body-based manifesto for multiplicity, a tribute to queer legacy, a quest towards the undefined, abstract of oneself. The body in Assembly Instructions is a constantly evolving, experimenting entity that continually creates itself. Through cycles of dis- and reassembly it sheds its skin to transform feelings and memories related to sexuality and shame, reshaping them into a new experience of the self. In a play between the sensual and the abstract, the erotic and the absurd, the intimate and the obscene, it seeks fullness in the incomplete.
Assembly Instructions is a restaging and development of Vidan's choreographic research GLASS, which was presented at Tanzfabrik in February 2020.
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