Enough Matter invites you on a poetic journey, a mixture of different landscapes where the common ground is us as sensitive matter: our body.
Navigating between our physical existence, questioning our identity and the perception of ourselves.
Created as a solo performance, the piece raises the question ‘what are we made of?’
The body as a battlefield, to be shaped and constructed. Between hardness and softness, shadow and light, presence and absence.
Because in the end, we are all flesh.
Is my dancing good enough to be an artist?
Is my artistry good enough to be a dancer?
This is ART!
Is this ART?
A deconstructed power struggle balancing conflict, vulnerability and co-dependency. Highlighting how our vulnerable nature does not serve as a threat to our so-called manhood.
FUBU aspires to represent their cultural experience as a people in a way which reflects the everyday experiences of all people. Having predominantly worked in film and live-performance, the company embraces collaborations across all art forms in order for the work to be accessible to a wider audience. The choreography is created by both Waddah Sinada and Rhys Dennis with aims to display rich and honest work driven by the human experience.
‘It dodges categorisation in many ways, to the extent that, even after second viewing, I was left with lingering thoughts that I think will keep nagging me. It’s that kind of work, to me.’
- Richard Pettier (online review 2017)
Visual Artist/ Projection design: Michael Speechley
With thanks to The Roundhouse
Insatagram: rhys_denn // Waddah_sinada
Venue: at The Place