Learning how to walk
Learning how to walk is a performance about the undramatic. The in-between place where nothing and everything happens. A performance about watching and listening. An attempt to retrieve something of the time in our lives when we were still incapable of anything yet carried all the possibilities inside us.
Learning how to walk is about the impossibility of speaking and acting. A child’s naive drawing. It is a performance that does not struggle, but shows us those possibilities we may have long forgotten. It is a plea for powerlessness and the joy of not knowing. Where everything can be reformulated and where nonsense may again have meaning.