by Nele Suisalu
August 18, 2003 --
Kanuti Gildi Saal
“The emotion must come from the contrast between the fragility and the strength of human body. To breathe and find freedom. To stay standing in spite of the force of gravity.”
These, my thoughts, grew after Croizé’s performance: Most of the time I saw the strength or the heaviness. Her movements were minimalistic, repetitive and physically exhausting. She put several jackets on -- one on top of another. I could feel the hotness and tightness inside of those: a sensation of oppression.
in real life: the same turns, bends, and arches over and over again. Until
you get dizzy or bored or sink deeper.
pulled her - dropping and bending - her head towards the floor.
I am still smiling.
Edited by Jeff.
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