A fleeting glance at the title could have easily designated a distinct stage in a process of one’s development, but when one proceeds to a more thorough insight, it is revealed that the title PHASE depicts a relationship in time (physics) between the alternative circuits of an oscillating system, which may or may not be in synchrony.
Likewise, a rash description of the performance could state that we are dealing with a consolidation of Film and Physical Theatre. However, throughout the performance both forms of art dissipate under their own union. What we are left with is sound with no image and image with no sound.
This twist brings to the forefront two other elements – (poetical) set and (anomalous accompanying) sound – and posits them as two principal pylons of the performance. Unwittingly, we are faced with a post-dramatic scenery, newly formed post-physical structure, which will outline a never more present social and political manipulation of un/seen, un/heard, un/true.