H2OHNO is filtered, like water (H2O), in the interstices of a spectral relation between two dancers from extremely different cultures to cause a reflexion around the memory of dance and of the dancers from the past. One way or another, as our bodies are swayed into the existences of people from the past, we identify us with them and embody their ideas. How can we dance in our own name? How can we emancipate ourselves from the masters who taught us everything?