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In the center of choreography "Solo from zero to zero" is an ambient-electronic sound “Shakti” (2015) by American composer-music scientist Paul Beaudoin (1960). The dancer moves while listening it. Feeling changes and different movement qualities in soundscape he enters into processes within himself and in his body, expressing through his sensitive bodily movements, live drawing and captured video in relation to the sound, space, audience. The duration of sound dictates the duration of whole movement which is 2 hours and 34 minutes. "Solo from zero to zero" starts off in daylight and fades into darkness of night. 

 

In 2018, the solo work was performed three times at the Black Ceiling Hall of Estonian Writer’s House in Tallinn. In 2019,

it was performed again two times in the same place.