These research led to the creation of three performances lasting 20 minutes each.  Res Novae: Taking the study on Expressionism as a starting point and focusing on the philosopher Scheler’s theory, the performance originated from the research on the concept and act of abstraction. According to Scheler, each act can totally involve people without draining away their whole being. Res Optimae :It is a divertissement based on the remaking of some of the most famous classical ballet variations aiming to investigate the development of contemporary dynamics. Res Humanae: More than the others, this performance embodies the very essence of the company. Working on it, we gained the most relevant artistic and human results. Our main goal has been focusing on man as principal subject of the artistic act and of the choreography itself.