Gengè recently turned 30 and similarly to other peers feels a strong contrast and tension linked to his personal establishment. He goes to a job interview for an interesting position at the site of an international corporation. While climbing till the apex presidential floor the lift suddenly stops. In the moment of life that seems to flow faster, where the constant sensation is to risk loosing your life opportunity, Gengè asks himself, the others and the Higher simple urgent questions, in the trial to find answers that become other questions.
The suspended time and compressed space push the character to reconsider his initial motivations, to think with spiking irony about the infinite tension between objective and subjective reality, and finally get to his definitive choice.
B612-LAB carries out cultural and artistic promotion activities since 2009. It engages the creative storytelling as its central focus of activity, which is tied to the contemporary languages, either as a means of expression, but also as a means of communication / analysis / narration of reality, in the attempt to think out of the ordinary feelings and seek different perspectives in the interpretation of society.
It is co-producer of the documentary “A bitter story” of F. Bono, content creator at YEPP Monviso, project communication chief of Progetto Move and it is funded by Compagnia di San Paolo within the programme Innovazione ORA for the project Trentesimo. Consequently B612-LAB combines several competencies, developed as part of the theatrical and choreographic research, implementation and direction of contemporary dance performances, documentaries, books and investigative reports.