…The installation schème II, visibly influenced by a scientific procedure, was by far the most successful. In this piece, media artist Martin Kusch and choreographer Marie-Claude Poulin generate a universe of images that explore the relationship between states of the body and aptitude for experience. Through five clearly defined propositions, Poulin and Line Nault (the second dancer) propose a vision of the body whose intensity is matched by its constraints.

Throughout the piece, video sequences triggered by sensors evoke and suggest abstract graphic constructions. One must find one’s own way through the performance, and it seems that the end arrives all too quickly. But images from that experience will hold the spectator’s imagination captive long afterward...

Andrea Armort, 22 Oct. 2002, Die Räume erspüren, Kurier, Vienna, Austria