Together with two sets of identical twins – Jessica and Megan Kennedy from Ireland and Chiku and Chito Lwambo from the Congo – tanz lange researches similarity and individuality, cohesion between women and men and within the family. Both sets of twins work predominantly together as dancers and choreographers in their home countries and are now asking themselves: how can we move as a collective whole with our counterpart from the other continent, without cutting out the individual?

The twins say that being a twin is a gift. And that their level of cohesion is not something that can be attained. Yet does not every person know the feeling of unconditional affinity and unfettered understanding? Can those of us who are not twins learn by watching them how to band together more easily, benefit from the advantages of togetherness and welcome the other?


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