‘What Remains’ is a story about beginnings and endings, about where you start as a child or where you end up as an older person. The poetry of changing as a person, making memories and the fear of losing them.
In ‘What Remains’ Zoë Demoustier brings two generations together on stage: children who are starting out in life and older dancers who have already had some of that life behind them. The outcome of that encounter is a physical and dancing game between young and old that exposes the transitory body. In a movement language in which roles can be reversed, both are powerful in their vulnerability. They find each other in the similarities and differences.