A retrospective of choreographer William Forsythe, made in collaboration with Sadler's Wells.



Dozens of pendulums hang centimetres from the floor of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for William Forsythe’s devised dance work ‘Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time’. Running, writhing dancers play with the pendulums, developing chaotic ripples that in turn affect the actions of others. This film documents Focus on Forsythe, a retrospective of the American choreographer’s recent work, and also includes footage of work performed at Sadler’s Wells, Fabric nightclub, South London Gallery, and a goods shed at Kings Cross station.