What can a body tell us when it is used in a different way than usually, engaged in a dialogue with light and text? Eva Klimáčková sensitively delves in a search for answers. The Slovak dancer, choreographer, and teacher, who works in France, has chosen spatial limitations as a starting point for her dance. The light cuts a square out of darkness unveiling the dancer’s body fully concentrated on movements. It’s really hard to tell. Is it a duet? Is it solo dance accompanied with her own shadow? Austerity allows both the dancer and the viewer to perceive the dancer’s detailed moves, to focus on delicate nuances in transformation of the moving body. Music in this performance are French-recited verses written by the surrealist Romanian poet Ghérasim Luca.