"In an unknown city, in an apartment like any other, an anonymous man
loses his ground. Literally upside down, the control over his senses
abandons him, as well as its attachment to reality.
This character, halfway between a metamorphosed Kafka and a restless
J.L.Borges, is also a room traveler, wandering through the labyrinths
if his own conscience, errant inside his mental landscapes
storytelling, video projections, and aerial performance. It could be
on the back wall of a theatre stage, or outdoors, four stories up, on
of an apartment building. The inner voice text can be translated and recorded in the local language.
"This is one dance that could be seen
again and again, as its mystery was more potent than its meaning
Link to complete review "The Daily Gazzete"
(01/13/013 The Daily Gazzete, Sch.NYork-US)
"(...) a breathtaking, elusive
narrative that combines movement, video projections and text. In Flat,
Argentinian choreographer and theatre maker Rodrigo Pardo plays with
abstract notions of time, space and perspective, all of them qualities
that can no longer be taken for granted here – in a literal sense due
to the tilted performance area hung at a dizzying height, and in a
figurative sense. "
Link to complete review "The TeaterKrant"
(30-08-2014 TheaterKrant, The Netherlands)