by: Eva Meyer-Keller, Sara Wendt
with: Eva Meyer-Keller, Kajsa, Otis, Muddy, Jules Urban, Sara Wendt
camera: Eva Meyer-Keller, Jules Urban, Sara Wendt
video editing: Jules Urban
music selection: Rico Lee
Photography: Ayala Gazit
Brooms, spoons, crumbs, rags, chairs and whatever else can be found in your apartment are brought into motion. And when everything is really properly moving, we watch and listen to what is usually overlooked in daily life: the dance of tea leaves, the wild rebellion of chair cushions, an ecstatic kettle and the tender clatter of its lid. Our dancing tea becomes a tea dance. We invite you to join us on a journey of discovery – what does the glass want? What can the garbage bag do? How can we approach the objects in our homes differently?
We would have loved to have organised a dance tea with you in a space in the Centre Francais but due to the pandemic, we have changed our plans and now invite you to dance with the things in your own home instead of with each other. You have some time now, then our dance film will start. It is about 30 minutes long and divided into 9 sections. Feel free to join in!
First of all, make some tea and fetch a fruit of your choice and 2 tablespoons.