A site specific pas de deux inspired by the endless repetition of the human condition as it is represented in Bela Tarr’s film work.  The work draws on ideas from Nietzsche that connects it directly to Tarr's film 'The Turin Horse' and his use of long unedited scenes, a complete opposite to the Hollywood film, the pas de deux is an anti-entertainment piece.

Created by house of makers

This project was assignment from EYE Museum / Exposed to present a work at the opening of the first ever exhibition surrounding the work of Béla Tarr.

House of Makers collaborated with dancers Nadine Drouin & Clemens Fröhlich.

The work is set to 'Valuska', Tarr's film music composed by Míhaly Víg.