Raimund Hoghe's Sans-titre at DTWhttp://www.thirteen.org/sundayarts/blog/performance/sans-titre-at-dtw/873/
After standing upstage, backs to us and arms ghosting a hug, they traversed the stage in short spans of steps. Hoghe matter-of-factly lays out and gathers up a dashed-line of papers around the stage’s perimeter. Finyekula grabs and distributes a bunch of stones—in a line, in a circle an arm’s length in radius; he also performs some dance passages with rippling shoulders and deeply bent knees. Both men in turn lie prone as Finyekula, in a sort of metaphorical chiropractic alignment, places the stones along each of their spines. He discards the stones by walking like a quadruped and twisting his spine, letting the stones fall scattershot, while Hoghe reaches carefully around his back to remove a rock at a time and fling it a distance away.