Choreography - Ayrin Ersöz
Creative Performance - Magda Skowron, Canan Yücel Pekiçten
Music creation and performance – Hasan Yoksulabakan (Cello), Guitar (Baturalp Yılmaz)
It is hidden in the distance I keep to be safe; in this distance where my sword will not hurt you and my ball can fly exactly where I want it to fly. I aim to achieve, and I know I can. And yet I want to blur the lines of this distance. I want the distance to disappear I want my sword to touch and through this touch to affect, I want my ball to overtake the shoot to become the shoot itself and to change me with itself.
The Score is a about the distance between a body and technicality aimed in exceeding the limitations of that body; focused in achievement and in the ability. It is about the performance and the score tied to this performance. It is about the able body, disciplined, focused, motivated, obliging the distance that it is expected to stay in, and perform. And also, it is about the destruction, the blurring of the lines, the one who escapes the discipline, the body desiring and falling for that desire. The score opens a field where Eros enters unexpectedly, appearing in the movements of the female soccer player and the female fencer, triggering them to go beyond their tasks and create a play of desire. The cellist and guitarist blush while politely obliging to this game. The Score invites you to play along, and to be part of this erotic.