All in an Instant

All in an instant was a psycho-geographic tale of bodies and cities; the fear of exposure and the seduction of anonymity within a mass of buildings and flesh….very engaging…Russell Aldersson was a charmingly self- effacing BSL interpreter, his smooth signing read like a whisper as he walked in and around a male-female duet. David Zagari seduced strident Marie-Hélène Bellavance to flow in rivulets in an organic counterpoint to the imaginary concrete. She removed her prosthetic legs and said, ‘When I fall down I’m aware of difference.’ Her subsequent negotiation of balance and counterweight contained…detail and subtlety.

Martin Hargreaves, Dance Theatre Journal