This work starts from two seemingly contradictory assumptions: the dancing body as deterritorialization (without belonging or country); dance body is the place of entry (where it lands). These assumptions, with a theoretical apparatus, are not without tangibility to the concrete exploitation of the performance of bodies as no man's land. This is the outcome. The themes, as in previous works, are more procedural directions, clues and landscapes about what a body in gestures is allowed to achieve. Amoral, this body struggles in free destiny, and it is the insistence of this course that takes it to land, to arrive.