Performed in a bed of soil Rodadoras explores the themes of femicide and eco-feminism. Through a rhythmical jig of floor work three female dancers roll, fall and slam into the earth; their bodies becoming fully immersed in their surrounding. Shielded behind their hair which is tossed about and flailing, as though a protagonist, the performers are morphed into otherworldly creatures. Rodadoras is a 24 minute outdoor work using contemporary dance and capoeira. It crosses the boundaries of dance and performance art and is set to an original score of Neapolitan folk music.