JULIA B. LAPERRIÈRE & SÉBASTIEN PROVENCHER | WHAT WILL COME
In a sanitized universe, two bodies are born from cubes: flesh rubs against edges, heat against cold, acceleration against immobility. Cautiously and awkwardly, they discover an environment that escapes them, but whose laws they try to understand just as it is crumbling under their feet. Gradually, accidents multiply and unpredictability takes over. Boxes pile up in this allegory about the obsession with categorization in an attempt to grasp a world that is leaning towards chaos. In this absurd dialogue between live music, lighting, scenography, and movement, What Will Come is as much a question as it is a hypothesis.