The concert: A canon of rain washing over the stage makes waves in unison with the sound of a 17-strong chorus.
The dance: The martial art of Tai Chi - flow, calmness, and the clean and precise reflection and counterbalancing of opposing forces.
The theatre: An imagined dialogue between Heraclitus and Goda - in the language of Artus.
Interference between three disciplines: A single movement, a single sound and a single image in constant flux.
The première was an event of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival.
Gábor Goda's Drip Canon production won a Rudolf Lábán Award for the best contemporary dance performance of 2015.
Special thanks to Tai Chi master András Havasi.
Sponsored by: NKA, EMMI, National Dance Theatre, CAFe Budapest, Kiégő Izzók, 77 Elektronika
Presented by: National Dance Theatre
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