Views on Viewpoints
Picture this: Twelve people walking, jogging and sprinting on an invisible grid. They change direction, play with tempo, alter duration, lie down, spring up and repeat familiar gestures such as scratching one’s head as well as
more abstract movements like an elbow jerk or spine roll. The rules are unclear, as is whether or not the group are making decisions as a unit or as individuals. To watch is amusing, at times baffling and always mesmerising. These actors are practicing Viewpoints.