Ivo Dimchev is a choreographer and performing artist of world renown whose work is characterized by extreme and colorful combination of performance art, theater, music and visual arts. In his solo performance “I-On” he employs dance, music and voice to explore the sculptures of Franz West, the Austrian visual artist who won the Golden Lion award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2011 Venice Biennale. In 1970s, West created a series of objects for everyday use with no particular function, which he called “Pass-stücke”, i.e. “adaptives” or “fitting pieces.” He stated that these movable objects become a finished work of art only as soon as someone does anything with them. And this is precisely what Ivo Dimchev does. In an untamed and inexhaustible stylistic mixture he reveals how his artistic being interacts with Franz West’s works, masterly creating relationships with them on all levels and in various kinds of contexts.