Each era has its wonders of the world, the idea of an impossibility that is nevertheless constructed, bigger and more impressive that anything the world has known. These architectural and artistic tours de force mark the victory of man over his physical limits and the laws of nature. But isn’t the human body that has devised and made these imposing wonders even more wondrous? Isn’t it more mysterious and more beautiful that the giants we are surrounding ourselves by? This latest work by the Moroccan dancer and choreographer Radouan Mriziga brings a trilogy to a close in which he explores the relationship between dance, construction and architecture. In a precise and refined choreography, Mriziga confronts the beauty of the moving body with the geometric power of architecture and sculpture. 7 heads off on a quest for the world’s ultimate miracle: the human body.