A short mesmerising clip from “Celui Qui Tombe” (He who falls) – an extraordinary dance spectacle created by choreographer Yoann Bourgeois and performed on a spinning platform that allows the dancers to appear to run on the spot and lean at seemingly impossible angles. To wit:
Lowered into a horizontal position, this structure begins to revolve, slowly at first, then faster. Subjected to increasing centrifugal force, the dancers cluster together, their bodies inclining inwards at ever more acute angles. Individuals depart the group and make exploratory sorties, circling the platform as if battling against a great wind.
What would you be willing to do for them to love you? LOVE ME, FEAR ME is a reflection on the roles we play and the shapes we take, the stages we chose, the audience we try to impress and the price of acceptance.
‘F-Major’ by pianist and composer Hania Rani, performed (and hypnotically interpreted by three dancers) against the spectacular backdrop ofan Icelandic mountain range in a video directed by Parisian filmmaker Neels Castillon.
Behold: the 1957 Toyota FJ25 Land Cruiser – originally designed as a US military vehicle for the Korean war, this 3.9l inline six powered variant is one of the rarest of all Land Cruisers, drawing on the best elements of the Jeep and Land Rover to create something even better.
Completely restored in 2018 and complete with Firestone military tyres, original hubs and onboard jerry cans, it’s yours for about €75,000.