Danza más cabra (Crazy Dance) grew from a pair of horns and is closely related to the world of fashion, in particular the figure of Alexander McQueen.
The anti-discourse is the driving force here for keeping moving. Starting from the most superficial, the outermost layer, something that is entirely an accessory, the different languages of movement are treated as just another accessory: “I put them on and I take them off again”. A bag of old keys are shown next to a Forsythe variation: a few steps from a choreography by Hans Van Manen alongside some horns and stilettos.
Every time she shows a new collection in this piece, Tania Arias invites a guest collaborator to add the finishing touches to the dress, to make their contribution to what is already there. The Horn of Plenty Dress, a title borrowed from a McQueen collection, offers us the dress of the horn of plenty. A multitude of bodies appear on the catwalk.