Established in 1989, Carte Blanche is the Norwegian National Company of Contemporary Dance. Its repertoire includes work by some of the best and most celebrated Norwegian and international choreographers, with a strong emphasis on commissioning work by a new generation of contemporary dance makers. The combination of both the up-and-coming and the renowned results in an eclectic, exciting, and high-quality repertoire that puts the company at the forefront of the creation, presentation, and development of contemporary dance. Choreographed by Sharon Eyal and Gai Bachar, Corps de Walk is about walking, about moving, about a static condition of unique moments and tiny, subtle changes in body posture. The 12 dancers are uniformly dressed in flesh-colored suits, with white hair and white contact lenses. Sudden, individual sallies in the choreography and muscular dynamics are glimpsed only to quickly vanish within tightly controlled lines or seemingly chaotic formations in which the dancers nonetheless have complete control.