David Hernandez has been studying the fundamental relationship between music and movement for years. His performances are a form of non-verbal communication for conveying, to the public, emotions and stories. In VOX, voice plays a central role for the first time in his work, and he invites the Brussels sound artist and producer Zoë McPherson to experiment with live recordings of the dancers’ voices and breathing. She edits this source material into a hypnotic electronic composition indebted to trance and polyrhythm. Croatian Zdravka Kirigin’s scenography takes prominence. She creates a landscape from obstructions and obstacles. Three dancers use their ultimate inventiveness to transform, while moving, the light and sound and to interact with an ever-changing environment.