Here's how someone, once, in the 1960s, in Germany, decided that peoples of the future will dance. I'm sure the conversation going on in the foreground is compelling but it's hard to tear your attention away from the people behind them. It's like they've been told to imagine a mating flamingo doing calisthenics on Prozac.
And here's what the future did burp up - ACROBATIC ROCK N ROLL.
I don't think you get this in Australia, but in a lot of Europe, especially former Soviet states, this is a big thing. It's pretty fascinating. You can see the definite rock n roll/lindy hop influences but they're filtered through a very 90s Euro pop dance aesthetic. It's like US cheerleading today but, strangely, more reverential towards the rock n roll dancing that was spawned in the US half a century ago. I don't know why I find it so confuzzling to watch extreme swing/rockabilly dancing performed by people in brightly coloured unitards. But I do.