‘In my city of tomorrow, humanity is the word of the day. Respect is a norm and empathy not a rarity. In my city of tomorrow, people talk more about ‘we’ and ‘us’ and less about ‘me’ and ‘I’. They’d actually talk. They’d share. Because in today’s world, we seem to have forgotten how to do this (except on facebook that is #sharingiscaring)’ - Anna Maria Suykerbuyk
#watnietweetwatnietdeert’ is a Dutch saying which means: what you don’t know, won’t hurt you. In this performance we go back to where it all begins: yourself.
This is a site specific dance theatre experience, danced in a small space (such as a container) inbetween a maximum of 12 people.
Dancers: Afra Ernst & Anna Maria Suykerbuyk
Photography: Sjoerd Derine
Special thanks to: Simone Hogendijk, Maurice Bogaert, Vevi van der Vliet, Dunya Khayama, Abel Nienhuis