Felt is a solo performance by Elisabeth Schilling. The whole performance is done under a large sheet of black wool felt.
How does fabric make us see, hear, touch, react - and move?
FELT is an installation and a performance inspired by touch. It is rendered by movement, music and shape.
A sculpture becomes an amorphous creature-like structure appearing almost as an inhabited being. Skin and cloth, constantly transformed by bone and muscle, unfold in a cascade of moving landscapes and flowing lines.
Music and movement combine in this intimate performance from an internationally renowned choreographer, Elisabeth Schilling, and her collaborators.
The performance will last 45-50 minutes, with an opening performance from Elisabeth’s Dance Intensive workshop participants.