A performance that lives up to its standards solely relying on audiences contributions and engagement with the art form, leaving no room for special effects and theatrics – the work is raw, honest and an enlighten discussion on capitalism and performance art.
The second sunrise starts off heavily, with full-bodied sounds of deep breaths preparing the dancers and setting the mood for an introspective space of anguish grief, disgrace and reflection. The Second Sunrise by Raka Maitra and is a da:ns festival commission.
The late Pina Bausch staged authentic life situations, and absurdity brings humour to the phenomenal, prodigious and timeless Nelken; a large landscape moving painting for readers to marvel and continuously smile on the reflection of the self.
Luc Jacobs is a dance artist from Belgium, working in the business of practising spontaneity, creativity and finding pleasure in movement, serving the work of Batsheva Dance Company as Senior Rehearsal Director.
Catching up between rehearsals with award-winning dancer and choreographer Christina Chan and creative partner in crime Aymeric Bichon, choreographers of Iris. The innovative dance collective AsteroidB612.
The photographs left Emmanuèle Phuon thinking about the beauty and grace of Khmer boxers, and even further – the trades and compassion of boxing that go further past the evident distress and brutality of the practice.