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Wednesday, 14 December 2011 15:12

Triple Bill

Inter.Fear by Athena Mazarakis and Hansel Nezza, Cellardoor by Alan Parker and Canvas by Louise Coetzer: Company: Darkroom Contemporary
Published in Dance Umbrella 2012
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 17:56

Proximity, Loss and Having

“Space is a muscle, flexing, stretching, pulling together and pushing away”

Published in Dance Umbrella 2011
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 20:23

I Stumble Everytime

This work that is presented is in partnership with The Goethe - Institut South Africa

Published in Dance Umbrella 2011
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 16:54

Inhabitant

. . . A person or animal that lives in or occupies a space Inhabitant looks at spaces, specifically inner city spaces, in an area such as Johannesburg and how they are more than they seem superficially; a doorway becomes a home merely through the occupation of space even though it does not have the traditional structure of four walls and a roof.

The transient nature of such an occupation creates subtle shifts in the nature and use of space and brings into question the rights and ownership of such. The energy and superficial expectations of the city can be overwhelming and push its inhabitants to a point where they revert to a natural, animalistic way of living out in the open without the confines of accepted structures.

This work has been produced in partnership with the Goethe-Institut South Africa.

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Published in Dance Umbrella 2011
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 16:49

Off Key

‘off key’ is an integrated dance piece with four dancers and three live musicians. There are two able-bodied dancers, a dancer in a wheelchair, a dancer who is deaf, a drummer, a bass guitarist and a saxophonist. It is a simple love story: a desperate man is helped by unseen, unforeseen forces (cupids from the world beyond, if you like) to find meaning.

This is Malcolm Black, the artistic directors’, debut choreographic piece for stage; stepping away from the roll as performer where he has been a iconic performer for the last 10 years. Black was nominated for Best Newcomer in Contemporary Dance in 2002 by the FNB Dance Indaba.

Published in Dance Umbrella 2011

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