The Heavy Bodies of

A presence is revealed by a white blouse in the dark. Abruptly, a neon light turns on. The performer, as if caught by surprise, is thrown into spastic motions. So begins Les traces no. II, a work that Daniel L

A presence is revealed by a white blouse in the dark. Abruptly, a neon light turns on. The performer, as if caught by surprise, is thrown into spastic motions. So begins Les traces no. II, a work that Daniel L

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