When starting this piece, I was passionate about the idea of reflecting the short lived expression on a dancer's face. A shadow of tension, terror and passion mixed together in her look, a moment before the performance is open. While the observer's attention is normally being captured by gestures, steps and violent body movements through the dance, the emotional "hurricane" that performers' faces may emit is also extremely remarkable & never repeats itself. These emotions are honest, wild and forceful. They seem to rip the dancer's heart up with inexplicable sorrows. And those who watched in silence, suddenly struggle to overcome their own thought-to-buried dark spirits and insticts. Crowd yells "Ezo!". Her dance is about to start.