A study of the archives of mankind shows a one-sided view of humanity; a view centred on measurability. We reduce man to comparable data, to categorical differences. But is that how we want to be remembered? Choreographer Katja Heitmann wants to create an archive where the most essential, paradoxical and intangible qualities of man are kept. ‘An archive for movement’; after she recorded and shared the movements of inhabitants of cities such as Düsseldorf, Utrecht, and Tilburg, The Hague has now been invited to contribute to this initiative. During CaDance an impressive archive for human movement will be created in the exhibition space of The Grey Space. Nine performers keep the movements of the Hague going five hours every day.