Scottish Dance Theatre return to Article19 with the slightly off the wall 'Process Day' a creation by Israeli dance maker Sharon Eyal performed at this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
In the wide world of dance it's hard to be different but Ms Eyal's pieces fit the description with there relentless, almost hypnotic repetition and pace and use of specially scored music by Ori Lichtik.
The company say this much about the work;
"A sensory experience transforming dancers into sleek, androgynous, nocturnal beings guided through shadows by a futuristic techno soundtrack. Pulsating movements capture the universal drive of striving for fulfilment and release.
This darkly delightful combination of cutting-edge choreography and club culture leaves you feeling its grip long after the piece is over. Award-winning duo Eyal and Behar have created a stream of critically acclaimed works for some of the world's leading companies including Batsheva Dance, Nederlands Dans Theater and Carte Blanche."
Our feature brings you the work and an interview with company AD Fleur Darkin who talks about the creation of Process Day and how Scottish Dance Theatre are dealing with our current crazy world.
Dancers: Kieran Brown, Harry Clark, Francesco Ferrari, Amy Hollinshead, Anne-Charlotte Hubert, Alison Jaques, Oscar Perez Romero, Jessie Roberts, James Southward and Astrid Sweeney.
Filmed at Zoo Southside, Edinburgh, August 22nd, 2017