From Jan-Luc Nancy:
“Naked body, it is him, it is her, here is the nude, the naked one, here is the dawning body, the body in anendless squirt, body that draws near, next, imminent but fleeing body, in itself subtracted to your taking. Your look doesn’t grab it, it is him to appropriate of you, it is its sign, his attended, its being late or ahead of its unity of person, of individual or of subject. Not personal body, not individualized, transversal body crossed by all the nudities.”
The work is a choreography in a selected number of photographic shots. For this photographic duet two dancers make a dialogue in the space exclusively engraving thought through their bodies, their movements and their postures. Through their nudity they are exposed as image and they transfer every arcane depth on the bodily surface because “the world is composed really of surfaces on surfaces“, of bodies on bodies.