What can we experience together when things are quiet? Join the silent journey of dancer Lily and double bassist Rozemarie. What do we experience when things are quiet? What happens, in what we call silence? How can we increase silence together? Do we listen differently when it is quiet? Silence as awareness and togetherness. A silent space that isn't scary or dark, but open and inviting. That sparks curiosity and cheerfulness and might even be magical.
This performance is part of the Proeftuin: In the Proeftuin, theatre makers, who have never made theatre for the little ones before, unleash their performance concepts on the young audience and their parents. In this way, they discover together with them what works and what does not.
About the artist
Lily Kiara is a dancer, improviser, and singer-songwriter. For more than 25 years, she has been producing dance performances. She loves poetry, silence, and musicality. She started creating work for toddlers after being invited by2turvenhoog. Research performance z a c h t j e s, which she developed with double bassist Rozemarie Heggen, is part of her ongoing project about silence: Field of Disappearance.
From a young age, Rozemarie Heggen has been fascinated by movement and sound. All audible and inaudible sounds, such as nature, art, architecture, and a delicious meal, inspire her music.