Lin Hwai-min’s dancers illuminated the theatre with an intense awareness of their bodies honed by years of tuning into themselves.
Brodal Serei is bound with symbolism, desire and commitment from the dancers, sharply trained in freestyle boxing and exploring a new movement language that leaves in between dancing and fighting. Brodal Serei by EmmanuèlePhuon and Amrita Performing Arts.
Decadance opens infinite possibilities and tonnes within the choreography, and the latter is layered to a variety of levels and inspirations. Leaving the audience not knowing when the dancers stop improvising and start performing the set material – elevating the art of dance performance.
The Third space brings to the stage the dance department students from NAFA- Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, featuring a selection of dance works by contemporary Asian artists shaped by their cultural heritage, expertise and definite expressions.
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.