"This tension between what is visible and invisible is a strong presence in a collection of fluid. We see a person lying down on a table. Next to her, another person is hunched over, eyes closed, touching the first body as if she was reading it. There is something about observing an act of concentration and the bodily relations it invokes. As if looking at this level of concentration directly affects my breathing, my brain, my senses. Like watching trees. Meanwhile, red surfaces and fabrics are animated by dancers, and a soundscape, vaguely tracing my idea of sounds heard in a womb, fills the room."

Ilse Ghekiere - Shakespearetidsskrift