Stranded on a crooked staircase, three performers float in space. They depend on themselves and each other. One moment they are almost sliding down the stairs, the next they are regaining their balance, exploring the boundaries of this lost space without a foothold.

Until gravity tilts and their bodies are pulled upwards. Here, on this out-of-plane island high above our heads, other laws apply and an exciting game emerges in which acrobatics and dance merge.

In the work of dance/circus company Panama Pictures, movement enters into a challenging dialogue with architectural sets. The objects and spaces created by permanent designer Sammy Van den Heuvel not only set the atmosphere but also challenge, hinder and motivate the performers. The dancers and acrobats of Panama Pictures push the boundaries of what is possible and make their physical sensation tangible for the audience.