What can water teach us about transformation, change and letting go of past structures that no longer serve us?
In the form of a physical and visual dance performance, created in close collaboration between Lois Alexander and scenographer Nina Kay, Neptune highlights the states of water - solid, liquid, gas, which are always in transition. Neptune further washes away illusions that can evade the self and obstruct the natural process. This performance reflects on the reality of having an existence that is racialized, politicized, and sexualized. Neptune is an attempt to liberate oneself through returning to earth’s natural resources.
Choreography, concept, performance Lois Alexander Scenography, concept, light Nina Kay Composition Shannon Sea Artistic adviceSuzy Blok, Fernando Belfiore Production Dansmakers Amsterdam Supported by AFK 3Package Deal ImageThomas Lenden
Lois Alexander (US, 1991) is a graduate from the Juilliard School in New York. In 2014 she moved to Europe and danced for various choreographers and directors, Stijn Celis, Christoph Winkler and Zufit Simon to name some. With her choreographies, Lois is inspired by natural processes and events. Working with time, space, change and transformation, Lois is curious how to give new dimensions to her experiences. www.loislalexander.com