Between close connection and distance, the performers interweave with the sensory world of plants, trees and forest organisms. Bodies nest in the space, imprint themselves and open up unexpected perspectives again and again. What perceptual spaces does the forest near the city open up? How does it taste? How does it smell? How does it sound?
Weaving in dives into the inter-connection between the natural environment and the human body. How can nature penetrate the body and what does the deep immersion in plant nature do to the human body and its movement? Between forest and city and between the cycles of becoming and passing, Weaving in questions the culture-nature dichotomy and opens up new perspectives on the unconditional coexistence between human and non-human beings. This piece invites you to linger, to feel, to taste, to observe closely and to have an intense encounter with the visible and invisible facets of nature.