Chesterfield is a discipline that wants to be read. It results from applying a collection of leather manipulation techniques to bodies and wares and develops a maze of signs where dance gravitates towards the infinitely soft, infused with irreverence and affection. Using poetry as a choreographic device, Chesterfield proposes a fluctuating chain of correspondences between movements, sounds, bodies, books, fabrics and light. At the crossroads between the syntax of dance, the music of movement and bodies in verse, Chesterfield is a patchwork poem woven with threads of leather and composed with a sensuous cadence. At arts centre BUDA in February, bookworms will take to the air and turn into fireflies.