The starting point of “Videoboxing” is a collection of sound fragments taken from different moments in a fight between lovers and ex-lovers of cinema and TV. One stage, two boxers, two screens. The screens show images of a man and a woman. Fast and peacefully asleep, each on his and hers own screen. When the boxing match starts, the man and woman come to life on their screens to take it out on each other verbally. As the physical fight progresses on stage, the audience realizes that the boxers are this man and woman on the screens.
With every succesful blow, irritation and tension rises on screen. Every well placed hit decides the intensity of the verbal violence between the two. They argue about anything and anywhere: in bed, on the streets, in a restaurant. Until the inability to communicate leads to the physical and emotional knock-out. Man and woman in a match with no clear winner or loser. Until the next confrontation arises.