RUSH is a solo performance for Manon Santkin that draws on 20 years of collaboration and performance within the choreographic work of Mette Ingvartsen. A celebration of an intense and long-lasting collaboration and a tribute to the act of performing itself, the piece creates a headlong rush of performance by reactivating and rewilding highlights from past works. Rush sees artistic practice as a form of wilderness in need of protection, as an ecosystem that the two collaborators can look back on as a crystallisation of their joint work. Manon Santkin revisits and performs material and scores from past performances, reshaping them through storytelling and narration. Like a chameleon, her body transforms as she passes through an intimate history, performing her own story within a larger body of work. A fine mesh of relations are evoked between the monstrous qualities of Manual Focus, the natural environments of The Artificial Nature Project, and the sexual politics of to come and 7 Pleasures, alongside a plethora of other works. Out of these connections emerges a surprising chronology, a rush of energy that captures the detail and pleasures of performing.