"If Blanched Stories has an open-hearted, raggle-taggle charm, Exzeb’s Artism is tense, dense and darkly ironic. Three dancers limber up as one (David Gellura) appears on screen, the bleached monochrome film imparting a cadaverous cast to his deadpan talk about dancers’ routines, adrenalin hits, post-performance depression. Above all, about choreographers, who, he contends, are neither good enough dancers to appear on stage nor bad enough to be kept off it, and who feed off dancers’ artistry to resell as their own. This bitter observation is followed by a sharp, technically complex trio on stage, brilliantly executed – and tautly choreographed. The dancers are Gellura, Merel Corne and Sophia Preidel; choreography is by “Exzeb”.