In order to steer their vessel, the trinity in Ceremonie has to find the perfect way to function together – with all their imperfections.
And they do. Each of these three characters has a designated task, a disability and only the senses required to play their particular part. In a failed, sceptical and uneasy way they establish a tiresome type of collaboration. This clumsy human-object-human-machine blurs the lines between soul and engineering. It offers a unique depiction of how an individual can cope, despite the temptation of social and technological perfection.
The performers on Ceremony elevate plodding to an art form, sailing into different places than expected.