How many people living in this busy modern world would ever have a moment to stop, be curious about the environment, look up into where they are and appreciate the city, the nature and the surroundings?

Site-specific dance is a dialogue between people and a specific space.

Without the magic of formal theatre setting, site-specific dance is instead about the beauty of appreciating dance, surroundings and even life as a whole from different perspectives. It is a dialogue between the artists, audience members and the space. Artists may depart from the story, background, cultural context and settings, or even the scent of small object of the space, through observation, interpretation and sensitivity of the body to develop the “conversation” with the space.