Through the eyes of a witness, I know you but I don’t know you recounts a distant relationship between a brother and a sister. Because of distance, space and loneliness, the fraternal relationship is exacerbated, as life relentlessly places them on tracks they have not willingly chosen. As the witness, the third dancer personifies life’s shared existence.
The choreographer works with ASL (American Sign Language) to develop and explore the emotional complexity of dance’s vocabulary. As a hard-of-hearing choreographer, he aims to create the expression of pure language through dance. Using spoken language and literary essays, Cai Glover aspires to rise above words through a fast, expressive and highly emotional choreography.
Caroline Namts, Kennedy Henry, Cai Glover.
Photo portrait : Alex Ellison
Music composition : Leon Dinfach, Anusha Kamesh