• Caught – ‘stilL’/ hanging... by Gandini Juggling
  • Caught – ‘stilL’/ hanging... by Gandini Juggling

Caught – ‘stilL’/ hanging...

Finding Patterns, Finding Music
Following nEither Either botH and (1992-3), Gandini Juggling’s second full-length work was the equally austere and choreographically more complex Caught – ‘stilL’/hanging... (1993-4).

Initially referred to as “piece number three” following the earlier versions of nEither Either botH and, Caught – ‘stilL’/hanging... began from the company’s desire to continue the process of deconstructing juggling. For the initial juggling ‘vocabulary Sean Gandini and Kati Ylä-Hokkala proposed investigating three-ball multiplexes. As with nEither Either botH and, this vocabulary was extensively fragmented and rearranged inside Gill Clarke’s austere choreography.

(orginal text from Juggling Trajectories, Gandini Juggling 1991 – 2015 by Thomas J M Wilson - link to shop)


"A mesmeric combination of movement and object manipulation" Total Theatre Magazine


Full length video of Caught – ‘stilL’/hanging...:

Extracts of Caught – ‘stilL’/hanging... filmed in Regents park 1994:

1994 Swindon news item on Caught – ‘stilL’/hanging...:


Director: Gill Clarke
Choreographer : Gill Clarke / The Company
Lighting Designer: Gian Carlo Rossi
Music by: Steve Williams
Prelude Cello Suite no3 played: Danny Yeadon
Performers: Lindsey Butcher, Mike Day, Sean Gandini, Kati Ylä-Hokkala