In physics, the flexibility law receives the name of Hooke law, owing to the english physicist Robert Hooke, contemporary of Isaac Newton.
This play receives its name from the famous anagram with which Hooke published this law, fearing that someone may appropriate his discovery. He revealed its content some years later.
The anagram means: Ut tensio sic vis, and can be translated as: force is proportional to extension. The same force where this character is in when he hangs on an elastic cord.
Length: 3 minutes
Music: Evgeny Bulanov for Alina Venediktova.
Idea, choreography and Interpretation: Juan Leiba
Choreography Assistant: Alejandra Pérez Izquierdo
Security Technic: Edwin Lesieur
Technical Assistants: Alejandra Pérez Izquierdo - María Ruiz
Technical Support: Vuela Danza Aérea y Espacio que Vuela
Costumes: Juan Leiba
Production: Nueveochenta Aerial Dance Company
Premiere at UMD - Beta Pública. 11 performances on february 2019
UMD - Beta Pública. 11 shows in february 2020