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By looking at the shift towards a world that is dominated by technology, some silver burns explores the synthetic and virtual algorithms embedded in our everyday lives, in parallel to those that we see in natural forms. Traversing through a world of glitching beats and haunting violin melodies, SYNTREX explores these themes through live electronic and acoustic music, contemporary dance, and projected live visuals.
Choreographer: Magnus Westwell
"mesmerising imagery...hypnotic and emotional - so powerful to watch something and get lost in it"
To be possessed means to be free from the ego; the barrier between life and death. Only then, the human being becomes a passage for the whole to flow through. It is not moving, but is being moved. Free Is The Possessed is a solo work exploring the notion of ego-death, through a journey to self-consciousness and the liberation from it.
Through drumming music, poetic visual images and poetry and drawing from different movement systems and traditions, Vasiliki seeks to enter the flow zone and induce a spiritual experience for the audience and herself.
;(Happy Father’s Day) is a reflective cumming-of-age piece with a comedic edge.
Dani's fusion of hip hop dance, movement and text narrates a biological tale of a sperm cell hoping to find his purpose in life. This heart-stirring journey focuses on a vital relationship from an unexpected point of view.
"He took an unconventional topic and made the character relatable & personable. Physicality, dialogue, staging, lighting, soundtrack was so effective. A puberty lesson I wished I had during my school years." - Audience Member
Dani is a young, yet experienced performer and choreographer based in South-West London. Graduating in 2013 from University of East London - studying Dance: Urban Practice, his passion is to express his appreciation for the previous and current pop cultures in dance (specifically hip hop dance).
Commissioned by Artist 4 Artist for Man And Men
Duration: 90 mins
Venue: at The Place