Dancers from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee perform improvisation to live music, drawing inspiration from Ernesto Neto’s Prisma Branco (2008), on view in “Beyond Limits,” in Foster Gallery, 158, in the MFA’s Linde Wing for Contemporary Art. When improvising in performance, dancers investigate thoughts, ideas, feelings, and their own bodies’ capacity for movement invention. Each response contributes to the constantly evolving playing field. The performance is directed by Olivier Besson, dance faculty, Boston Conservatory at Berklee. The music is created by Nate Tucker.