What is it and who decides what it is?
Three dancers gave themselves the task to make a dance inside a theatre, and to then present the whole process to an audience: from the first idea until the performance itself. During this process they asked themselves what the dance was about. For a while they were convinced that it was about making a translation. Or about the power to determine what something is. But then again, maybe it wasn’t. Everything is a matter of interpretation. Choreographer Ingrid Berger Myhre will take you to the border between knowing and doubting in Stating the Obvious. Who, in the end, will decide what this dance is about?