Fatiado is inspired by the theory of the greek philosopher Aristophanes, Soulmates, presented in The Symposium by Plato. It states that humans originally consisted of four arms, four legs, and a single head made of two faces, but Zeus feared their power and split them all in half, condemning them to spend their lives searching for the other half to complete them.
Since it’s premiere, Fatiado has been showed in various venues in NYC as well as South America and Europe.

It is difficult to identify the legs and arms with the one person.  A hallucinatory vision, two figures grown together…Stereotypical, strongly ritualized movements induce the image of the “cloned” dancers int he minds of the audience – as a dance performance in one’s own reflection. Christine Dobretsberger, Wiener Zeitung