Performance on acrobatic rope in dialogue with video and original music.
Κeryx in ancient greek means the messenger. He carries messages, but he cannot intervene with the messages. The messenger carries information without testing it. What happens when the messenger looks deeper into the message and confronts it? Will he throw it away, will he change it or will he take it back? How long can he keep a message he doesn’t want? Can he turn the message into dance, into a song, into noise, into voices, into a caress or into a gaze? As time goes by, the message becomes heavier, it wraps around his feet, it holds him back. If he gave it back to nature, where everyone can find shelter, in its original form, would anyone recognize it?