“Manbuhsa” was created by imagining two kids playing in an asian rice field. Fueled by a fascination for foreign civilizations and inspired by the music’s rhythms, a relation is built between the dancers. Through movements, one invites the other to discover his natural instinct and vibrations that will guide them in their journey.
Playful yet precise, “Manbuhsa” makes us think of an animal courtship, specially the one’s of birds. While the physicality of “Manbuhsa” can remind us of cranes, the agitation and precision can make us think of the peacock spider.