The choreography of a beautiful video of hand ballet performed by disabled dancers wowed the audience. The dance is so well-synchronized that the entire group appears to be one. It was performed by 128 people as part of the closing ceremony of the Paralympics in Tokyo.
Sadeq Waff, a French choreographer and one of the most creative, was in charge. The play begins with a character who has a bionic right hand and a human left hand. Despite the fact that it depicted a form of disability, the art created through performance was inspiring. The performance included both professionals and amateurs, who sat in wheelchairs and moved their arms to the music. Another French artist also composed the music.
It was composed by Woodkid and premiered by the Orchestre National de France. It syncs with the hand ballet, reminding the audience of starlings and some magical invention. The manual ballet was observed in complete silence. Everyone who witnessed it had to be tethered to the rhythm and diligence of each performer.