For the Internationally acclaimed dance- and performance company T.r.a.s.h., VOXL and MMXI created a number of promotional videos.
"A tragicomical dance theatre performance that portrays the intensity, the void but also the meaningful of everyday traffic among people. A one-way street where reverse and / or return from a certain point is not possible.
A collection of absurd, disordered, physically and emotionally charged scenes: (fictitious) rituals, actions of violence and inevitability of choices.
Five dancers carry out their extreme physical actions, accompanied by a live score played by three musicians."
"A Onewomanshow performed by Tegest-Pecht Guido, who has been seen in several works of T.r.a.s.h.
An originally African woman is in a constant metamorphosis.
A woman who is always changing and takes different forms.
The quest for identity, it consists of multiple selves."
"A collection of portraits around the paradoxes of ordinary life concerning fate, death and temptation.
T.r.a.s.h. finds inspiration in dilemmas and moral conflicts of contemporary society.
Looking for connections between biographies of people and current violent events, to write texts and to color the characters. Performances in landscapes of violation and mental collapse.
About violence in society and how surprisingly close it can get to you."
"Disorderly Conduct is an editorial performance of short stories, extreme physicality an intense live music. Lovely at first sight, yet with a dark psychological undercurrent.
In these stories, relationships between humanoids are being wrecked and innocence is hampered by mysterious, irrational forces.
Innocent humanoid desires result in cruel impulsive actions. Twisted interaction from everyday life, in which relationships have brutally been disrupted.
A parable of the humanoid condition: 'Why do I have this urge to do things over and over again?'"