Off track, where it get´s turbid


- a performative attempt to detach from attributions

Two siblings discard attributions, recognise themselves as genderless bodies and embark on an individual search for identity and what constitutes such an identity.


„We do not subscribe to what describes us. It is not our truth, but the one created we feel we have been read into.“



Off track, where it gets turbid is a two-person piece and deals with elements of siblingship and fraternity, symmetries and asymmetries, fluidity and permanence/continuity, speed and deceleration, attributions and affiliations. The performative embodiment of impermanence and infinite transformation reinforces the need to look at the human body in a way that is detached from ideals and conventions.




By Theo Emil Krausz and Stella-Myraf Krausz