Home is a desert. Empty cans rattle on the kitchen floor, and from the full sink a pond has escaped. There’s someone swimming in the pond. The wind’s slow static buzzes and if you look down, you might see the streets. On the background lies a mountain with it’s tiny mountaineers, and the sun rolls across the window as if forced to do so. It all looks like a nature document, a program made by insects, for the insects. The sun rolls across the window as if forced to do so. The sun rolls across the window as if forced to do so. Under the ground is a hidden treasure, perhaps, or idk.
Choreography and dance: Jouni Järvenpää
Set-up: Timo O. Nenonen
Duration: 45 min
Jouni Järvenpää is a dance maker, based in Turku, Finland. He graduated from School for New Dance Development (Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor Kunsten) in 2002, and has been actively working as a choreographer and dancer ever since.