How does the desire to "belong" change one’s own individuality?
What happens if we no longer belong?
Can a new freedom develop from isolation and loneliness?
Based on the internal conflicts,
“Am I alone, invisible or am I seen? Will I remain true to myself or will I adapt?
Does it make me happy to belong, or am I losing myself?”,
isolation is discovered as a liberty that allows personal development and loneliness is discovered as a means of finding the way back to oneself.
The soloist’s tools and playmates are a bench and a frozen floor.
If nobody sees me explores the relationship between two bodies, a dancer with ice skates and the seemingly static nature of a bench.