The creative format of Currency enables opportunities for both artists and audience members to engage, debate and exchange ideas about current performance making. Continue Reading
There are a few flashes of promise – dancers with a heartbeat too strong for their chest, some fast, whipping, flicking solos at the end – but little in between to tie this together.
The opening is strong: hung vertically the fabric looks like sand dunes, or a curtain of quicksand sucking in its prey, and the dancers melt into it.
The work could have been read as privileging form over heart, function over humanity, but this seemed to be partially the point... Continue Reading
Liam Scarlett’s translation of the poem into dance is a sincere but misconceived exercise.
The premise of Jasmin Vardimon’s Park feels even more current now than when the piece was created, 10 years ago… The style is ferociously physical: the dancers throw themselves and each other about; they dive, hurtle and crash.