Idea / choreography Vytis Jankauskas
Dance Giedrė Kirkilytė, Rūta Butkus
Video projections Le Fou
Costumes Jolanda Imbrasienė
Lights Povilas Laurinaitis
Music Raime, Tindersticks, G. H., Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld
Duration 45 min.    

Premiere 2015 11 27 & 2015 12 18
Menų spaustuvė/Arts printing house, Black Hall, Šiltadaržio str. 6, Vilnius

Blind spot is a medical term used to describe a spot in human eye which makes a certain area in our sight invisible, but our imagination fills it in unconsciously by using the details of the surroundings. The creators of the performance are asking how often do we create such spots that in turn form our view and understanding of the reality, where we only see what we want to, and the aspects of life that are unwanted are eliminated from our vision. As well as how such own-created images of the world influence us and our relation to each other.
Vytis Jankauskas: „It's the twelfth play of our theatre. It is different because the main ideas are communicated not only through dancers' physical interaction but also by collision of their sight and points of views. This is accomplished by using visualisations that re-transmit the views seen by the dancers at real time. Conflict emerges when the realty is replaced with phantasmagoria, some sort of surreal sights of unknown origin - is it just a flick of imagination, or is it something we did not notice, maybe even chose not to see."



Photos by: Dmitrij Matvejev (colour) ir Laima Stasiulionytė (black&white)