The performance is presented at Bora Bora as part of a double bill together with the performance "As Heavy As It Goes". The ticket is valid for both performances (2 performances in 1 night for the price of 1 ticket).

A choreography for several polystyrene shapes and one human

"Materia" aims to discover, explore and witness the aliveness of one material: polystyrene.

Object manipulation is taken from a different perspective, giving space to the objects themselves rather than the manipulator, and playing with the balance between these two subjects.

The piece tries not to force a narrative, but rather let the audience project their own narrative on the material on stage.

Within a set score, objects are free to perform and take initiatives.

The piece is presented as "in creation" and will have its official premiere at the end of 2019.


Andrea Salustri comes from Rome, where he learned contact juggling, fire manipulation, and has been working as a street artist.

Since 2008 he has been learning piano as an autodidact. In 2013 he graduated cum laude in Philosophy at La Sapienza University in Rome, then decided to move to Berlin to pursue an education in contemporary dance.

He first completed the Dance Intensive program at Tanzfabrik Berlin, and successively studied dance and choreography at HZT Berlin University.