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Have you ever lied to cover up an unanswered question?
Lingered in a creation between contemplation and procrastination?
Justified an action in fear of a reaction?
Do you trust the growing sensations which arise from deep inside you?
In deconstructing and reconstructing moments we distinguish layers of information which lay behind the eyes, the body and the words, through expression, vibrations and connection.
This piece explores the spaces between external communication and inner monologue, questioning our attachment to identity, rationality and percepted reality.
"Muti is a free spirited forward thinking young man, ready to push the boundaries of reality in society and create the world he believes in, by not being afraid to express how he truly feels..." Fiona Cartledge Creator from 'Sign of the times'
Muti comes from a spoken word and dance background. After leaving the Salzburg Experimental academy of Dance and following onto exploring experimental sound and movement expression performance work at Smash Berlin, Muti has facilitated a number of different immersive performative communal events around London as part of Bacchus Playtime, XX Experience and R.A.R.E (Rarethinghappen).
During the summer Muti created J'Agura...means of engagement, as part of the Love festival at South Bank. His work One Nation under a Groove aimed to challenge artist's and audience's perceptions of engagement. Since then he has been performing with Avant Garde and collaborating with artists from all walks of life and mediums while innovating new possibilites.
Choreographed by Muti Musafiri
Directed by Nella Turki
Live Music from Justjoseph
We’re born. We die. In between we live. Make sure that in between you really live. An intimate and sometimes brutal duet about the fight to be yourself.
RED is about the expectations placed on us every day to fit in with the ideas of others. It is about the struggle to find your own identity and assert it. It is a journey.
Richard Osborne is a London based performance maker who works in dance and theatre. His work questions the interaction between humans and their environment and the spaces and situations between them. He wants to bring the audience and participants of the work into the moment, so that they re-evaluate situations familiar to them with fresh eyes. Each moment is an opportunity for reflection, reaction or what you make it.
“ The standout however was the composition of the Roué Cyr [Cyr Wheel] act; seeing three wheels in unison was quite a sight, whilst three people sharing just one wheel was something we’ve never seen before” – Henry Fosdike, Sternberg Clarke
One pack, three women, three wheels. Acrobatics, singing and contemporary dance. Alula explores the behaviours that make these women individuals within a powerful female pack.
Alula Cyr are a new UK circus company in the process of creating their new show Hyena. They have been collaborating with circus artists from across Europe on this project exploring the themes of pack mentality, gender norms, roles and hierarchy within groups and investigating new ways of using circus apparatus. They have been working closely with Jacksons Lane who have given them space and support with a residency for Transmission 2015 in September where they explored this idea with a Finnish Trapeze trio. This twenty minute excerpt is a chance for them to look at their group dynamic and find their strengths as individuals within this trio.
Supported by the National Centre for Circus Arts, Arts Council England and Jacksons Lane.
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Resolution 2016