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We often find ourselves conflicted answering yes or no. The resulting emotion takes us to 'nowhere', leaving us unclear and floating. Through dancing comes reassurance, through movement comes certainty.
Satoko was born in Fukuoka, Japan. She has been dancing as a freelance dancer in UK, France, Italy, South Korea and Japan. Her work About the leaves was invited to perform at Lourdes Danse Festival, Resolution 2019, Dance Festival Croydon and ANIMA MUNDI Festival. Her new work In the Middle of Nowhere is based on her struggle to experience the differences between Asian and Western culture.
Music Collaborator: Simon McCorry.
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JgXgH is proud to present, Marble Incarceration. Through the use of hybrid contemporary dance, this creation captures a moment in time and space, driven by the damning cycle of excessive consumption.
In the bubbling hot pot of a mess we have created; with our future draped from our shoulders, on journeys strewn with careless possessions piling up on stage. Our endlessly accumulating energy carving its way through marble figures watching our struggle to fight the inevitable.
BDblaq Dance's recent production Cool Breeze took audiences on a breathtaking journey of social interactions. Known for their rhythmic dynamic moves and tap fusion techniques, their new work BlaQish delves into what it means to "Feel the Rhythm in One Soul" - Rikkai Scott.
BlaQish is an abstract piece filled with dark personas and sharp clean line choreography and formations. Set to an original drumline score from Ashley Goosey, BDblaq Dance explores and taps into real-life accounts that simultaneously challenge relationships, culture and the strengths of brother & sisterhood in a community. All inspired by the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
Their unison is styled with flare and charisma. The cohesive team, each with their own individual personas and micro-stories"
- Isobel Rogers
Duration: 90 mins
Venue: at The Place