“We do it when we fall in love and lose ourselves. We do it at the peak of a mind-blowing orgasm. Some of us did it when we were little, spinning round and round until we fell into a heap on the floor. We didn’t think to question why we did it. It just felt good. Feeling good, getting high, letting go”.
Tripping is an approach to night life and the dance scene. It is an exploration of ecstasy as it is experienced at parties and rave culture. Trusting their movement and body, dancers gradually increase the intensity of their mental state and discover unity, relief and flow, both in relation to the music and the surrounding space.
“The more you dance, the more you sweat. The more you sweat, the more you pray. The more you pray, the closer you come to ecstasy”. A new common place where people search for catharsis, where they let go of their “ego” by dancing, dancing, dancing.