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In Her Agency three performers and a composer embark on a journey, exploring womanhood and female empowerment. They work with a consideration of bodily integrity and personal autonomy. The performance will highlight the importance of mutual support in the time of social isolation. Social, political and ecological systems are undergoing radical changes and the models we have used until now no longer reflect reality or hope. They therefore meet to support one another and to create a positive atmosphere that promotes the importance to unite. They will find themselves in unexpected complex situations, easing into unforeseen connections that demand instant responses.
Choreographer: Hannah Adams
Connecting a dynamism and rhythm in the torso with a more expansive and grounded use of space, PEAK is a continuation of this deeper development into my own, idiosyncratic vocabulary. It is an abstract work which looks to use this language to connect the space, the dancers and the audience with a rousing energy in a shared experience of flow- capturing a very physical and visceral feeling which is hard to capture in words but is richly palpable in the space
With special thanks to GradLab & The Linbury Trust.
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Autin has long been fascinated by mental health and emotional wellbeing. For his new work, he delves into his own personal journeys through mental, physical and spiritual changes, and our increasing need for higher level of consciousness.
Square One is a bold and original solo performance combining digital media and dance theatre, bringing out the performer’s unique physicality. The performance features a series of captivating movements and patterns, a hypnotising score and a landscape of animated video projections. Autin explores the poetry of connections between our internal and external worlds, and how they affect the very act of movement.
"Another outstanding and hypnotic dance piece of the highest standard.”
– Darren Haywood (Birmingham Fest).
Duration: 95 mins
Venue: at The Place