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Performers

Mary Kinsella

Contemporary Dancer

Deliah Seefluth Dance

Mary is a contemporary dancer from London. She has a special interest in inclusive dance and believes it can be an effective tool for social development. Alongside her community work, Mary freelances as a performer and has toured the UK and abroad appearing in stage productions, gallery installations and music videos.

Cerys McGrath

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Georgie Cooper

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Deirdre Murray-Wallace

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Jessica Cooke

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Josmuary Bandes

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Katy Higgins

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Rachel Greer

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Sarah Hirsch

Company Dancer

notetoSELF DanCe

Lulu Harris

Aerial Dancer

LCP Dance Theatre

Louisa is dedicated to finding beautifully creative and disruptive ways to drive innovation and sustainability. She is currently a Head at 6heads, a London based sustainability and innovation community, part of Grant Thornton’s Public Affairs, Policy and Insight team – exploring the role of purposeful business and impact investing. She is on the creative team for the Marine Foundation, using art as a catalyst for conservation and to promote ocean literacy and was a free-diver in the underwater art piece Apsara:, Spirits of the Sea. She is creator and co-producer of Apokalypsis, an immersive performance piece which retells classical Greek myths around the climate change agenda, she danced as Mrs Midas in the piece Midas.
Louisa believes in the power of experiential learning, performance and storytelling to inspire us to tackle the big challenges the future  may hold. She is an aerialist, free-diver and dancer.

Ann Uddin

Sound Healer

LCP Dance Theatre

Reiki (Usui) Master Teacher|Sound Healer|Hypnotherapist|Coach

Ann is a qualified Hypnotherapist & Reiki (Usui) Master Teacher and Sound Healer Practitioner. Her core belief is that our mind and body can access our essential purest state of happiness, peace and wellbeing. Her intention is that every person experiences a lasting change helping them to heal past difficulties and current stress, creating balance and wellbeing in their lives. Ann tailors each session to the client’s needs and requirements and will leave you feeling wonderfully connected, restored and present.

Ann also holds Sound Gong bath meditations around London and is available for 1-2-1, group and corporate workshops

Erin

Aerial Dancer

LCP Dance Theatre

Erin was born in Lewisham and has always lived close to the area. She loves the diverse art culture in South London and enjoys the many opportunities to see wonderful performances and creations.

She has been doing yoga for the last two years and aerial yoga for the last two months. She loves to dance and is excited to explore dancing in front of an audience. This will be her first performance.

Ioana Nicolae

Aerial Yoga Dancer

LCP Dance Theatre

Ioana always wanted to be an artist and performer, since childhood.  But finding her special artistic talent was difficult, so she became and Japanese language speaker and taught herself banking with an interest in culture.

Just as dreams of being an artist began to fade she discovered that yoga can be an artistic performance.   She has learnt that art can take many forms and one can be an artist in many ways.  For Ioana her  artistic expression comes through creating a performance with aerial yoga.

 

Jason Kwan

Contemporary Dancer

Duet

Jason Kwan was born in Hong Kong and started his dance training at the age of 11, initially in Popping, Locking and Commercial. Through exposure to the dance world, he discovered Breaking and Contemporary, and decided to focus his technique on the development of these dance styles.
                                                                                           In 2011, Jason participated in the UDO World Championship and placed 3rd in the Solo Category. In the same year with his crew at that time, ‘K2’ won 2nd place in the Groups Category at UDO Southern Streetdance Championship. Since then Jason has focused on training in both in Breaking and Contemporary Dance.                                                                                                                 Jason graduated with a BA Hons Dance from the University of Bedfordshire. He is now seeking opportunities to pursue a professional career in dance. Recently he became a member of notetoSELF DanCe.

 

 

Mithun Gill

Contemporary Dancer

Duet

Mithun Gill is a British born Kathak dancer who learns under the guidance of Sujata Banerjee based in London. Graduating with a BA Hons Dance degree from Middlesex University allowed him to explore other dance territories including Graham, Humphrey, Cunningham and Release techniques. Kathak has installed a strong sense of rhythm and musicality in Mithun's dance style whilst his contemporary training has brought a huge range of movement dynamics.

Cansu Altunay

Concert Flautist

Freedom

Cansu is a graduate of Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey.  For several years she participated in the Symphonic Orchestra as Flautist and Piccoloist and has given concerts as a solo flautist.

Since graduating, Cansu does classroom teaching as well as one on one basis; teaches piano, flute, music theory in different genres such as classical, pop, rock, jazz.

Deana Indraccolo

Contemporary Dancer

LCP Dance Theatre

Deana was born in Southern Italy. She started her dance career as a teenager, very quickly she joined the Compagnia D, contemporary dance company directed by S. Frassanito as a dancer and choreographer’s assistant . She won a scholarship for a professional course at Opus Ballet in Florence directed by D. Tinazzi. This experience gave her an opportunity to study with great choreographers from all over the world such as Antonio Orlando (“Notre Dame de Paris”), training in ballet and contemporary dance, as well as in hip hop, street dance, flamenco, salsa, pole dance and aerial dance.

In 2010 she graduated from University of Lecce in Italy with Bachelor’s Degree in Performance Arts.

Currently she is a choreographer and backing dancer for the singer Ashleigh K and modern dance teacher around London.

She joined LCP Dance Theatre in 2014 as a dancer participating in production ” Am I” and continues to perform with a new production ” I Am”

Roosje Horckmans

Contemporary Dancer/Choreographer

Symbiosis

Roosje (Rose) Horckmans started dancing at a young age and attended secondary dance school in Belgium. She continued her studies in London at Trinity Laban where she is currently finishing the BA(hons) contemporary dance course. Roosje has choreographed several pieces, she has always been interested in cross-over productions including different art forms. She recently starred in a short film that can be found on her instagram @merilwenrose

Deborah Iaria

Art Director

Symbiosis

Deborah Iaria has dedicated her life to art. In Italy, through painting, sculpture and photography she developed and studied diverse interpretations of the human body (http://deborahiaria.wixsite.com/fineart).
Currently in London, completing her degree in Graphic and Digital Design (portfolio at www.deborah.iaria.com), she is directing the project to explore the connection between the physical and the digital world, seeking new forms of expression.

Credit: The organisers of the Social Arts Festival would like to thank Deborah for her support in co-ordinating between the festival and Greenwich University to provide the video projection, sound and lighting, without which this production would  not have been possible.

 

Natasha Lee

Choreographer

notetoSELF DanCe

Natasha Lee is a professional dance artist from a contemporary background. She started in her early years training as a Hip-Hop dancer and as her knowledge in the dance industry grew, her interest in contemporary dance aligned. She embarked upon 2 years of study at Lewisham College and completed 3 years of study at Middlesex University gaining her BA Hons Degree in dance. She has worked professionally nationally and internationally as dancer and choreographer for the past 6 years and runs a contemporary dance company named notetoSELF DanCe, of whom are going into their 5th year. Her credits include London Olympics 2012, Sadlers Wells, World Of Dance U.S.A. and Buckingham Palace.

Natalie Taylor

Choreographer

LCP Dance Theatre

Born in July 1991 Natalie Taylor is a British dance performer and choreographer who fuses poles dance with dance theatre. She is a qualified pole dance instructor. With a Masters degree in creative practice from Trinity Laban (2014-2016) and a BA Dance degree (2012-2014) from Plymouth University, Natalie has developed an array of academic acumen to complement a number of different teaching experiences in contemporary dance, pole dance and contact work. Natalie has created both student and professional works through her own dance companies and within her respective Universities where she was recognized with awards for achievements in supporting and organizing events for the students in dance. Since 2014, she has studied and worked in London progressing her artistic interests by creating a unique technique of contemporary pole dance, incorporating elements of photography & film. Currently collaborating with LCP dance Theatre Company, Natalie is raising awareness surrounding the topic of human rights. She is working as a dancer and chorographer building towards the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017 culminating in a novel showing of the piece: Escape 2.

Shiloh Scyner

Contemporary Dancer

LCP Dance Theatre

Born in Wales, Shiloh started dancing at the age of 10. Shiloh is an aspiring dancer based in London, with experience in performing arts, teaching contemporary dance and choreographing.  BA(hons) in contemporary dance at Laban.  Currently working on a project with LCP.

Deliah Seefluth

Choreographer

Deliah Seefluth Dance

Deliah is a Contemporary Dancer and choreographer from Germany. With an early interest in creating her own work she started presenting her first pieces at Kranhalle Munich during her studies at Iwanson International and choreographed for the dance festival "Poetry in Motion" at state theatre Tübingen. After finishing her training in New York and Munich, she decided to do her MA in Choreography at Trinity Laban, London. Deliah now works as freelance choreographer, dancer and teacher. Her work includes collaborating with Xavier Velastin as Motion.Captured, choreographing and dancing for singer and producer Escence and dancing for Awake Dance, NotetoSELFDanCe and the Akasha Tanzensemble. Aside from her choreographic work, Deliah holds regular open workshops in Germany and London and assists Joe Alegado at his Workshops at University Tübingen.

 

 

 

Jeph Vanger

Composer

Atilla Dance Company

Jeph Vanger is an award-winning sound artist and electronic composer who works and lives between London and Athens. He has worked in the fields of contemporary dance, theatre, film and art installations. Some of his recent works have been exhibited and performed in institutions, theatres and organisations such as Tate Modern, Sadler's Wells, Brighton Fringe, Megaron Athens & London Design Festival.

Steff D'Arcy

Contemporary Dancer

Attila Dance Company

Steff D’Arcy is a contemporary dance artist, creator and model from London. She trained at Laban and Elmhurst - Birmingham Royal Ballet School. In 2018 Steff joined Russell Maliphant for his new creation, which will premiere in 2019. Steff has also worked for Julie Cunningham and Company, Studio Wayne McGregor, The Cunningham Company Fellows and Dance In Motion. Steff has a passion dance film of which she both creates and dances in.

Lauren Ford

Contemporary Dancer

Attila Dance Company

Lauren Ford is a dance artist based in London. She completed her training at the University of Chichester where she graduated with a BA (Hons) in Dance in 2016 and then stayed on for a further year to complete a Masters degree in Dance Performance. During her Masters year she was part of the postgraduate company MapDance where she toured and performed works by Shobana Jeyasingh, Lea Anderson, Cai Tomos and Hagit Yakira. She was also a part of the GradLab project in 2017/18, an Arts Council funded project supporting graduate dancers and choreographers. She performed with Mapped Dance Theatre at various locations around the UK including a premiere of the work at Resolutions Festival at The Place in 2018.

Panagiotis Pavlopoulos

Contemporary Dancer

Attila Dance Company

Panagiotis Pavlopoulos was originally born in Athens, Greece. He graduated from National School of Dance in 2016. He has collaborated with various choreographers including Andonis Foniadakis, Paul Blackman & Christine Gouzelis, Jasmin Vardimon and Taira Foo. He has also performed in Martha Graham’s repertoire «Temptations of the Moon» instructed by Penny Diamantopoulou. In October 2016 he joined JV2 certificate diploma of Jasmin Vardimon Company and had the chance to tour nationally. Since moved to London, Panagiotis has joined Icarus Dance Company and later got the opportunity to join Hinged Dance Co. and perform at Resolutions 2018 Dance Festival at The Place. Furthermore, Panagiotis had the chance to take part in the making of the new official video clip of the rock band Snow Patrol - “Don't Give In” as a member of the dancers cast. Panagiotis is currently collaborating with Attila Andrasi as a choreographer assistant and an ensemble member.

Christina Prompona

Contemporary Dancer

Attila Dance Company

Christina Prompona studied contemporary dance and performance in national school of dance in Athens, Greece and she is a dancer based in London.She has recently performed in Athens concert hall with Hellenic Dance Company in the piece ''Tomorrow'' a piece by Jasmin Vardimon. Furthermore she has been taking part in video art projects and choreography researches.This year she took part in Art night London in a piece by Sasha Pirogova. Now she is a freelancer in dance and a dance teacher

Victoria Howden

Actress

Victoria Howden is an actress, singer , improviser , storyteller and comedian with a dream of turning her life into a musical. If you have to say it she has to sing about it.  She believes that the way to connect, heal, inspire , empower and bring people together, especially in this day and age is through stories ,music and laughter.

So join her for the journey and who knows you might even sing along :)

Ertan Dereli

Pianist and Composer

Freedom

Ertan studied contemporary music composition at Goldsmiths College University of London in 2011 and piano performance at University of West London in 2017.

He draws inspiration from a richly varied, instructive range of life experiences and the belief that music should be directed towards promoting the full development of the human mind a personality.

 

Joanna Puchala

Choreographer

LCP Dance Theatre

Born in Poland and lives in London, performing artist pursuing her professional career as a contemporary dancer, choreographer and artistic director of LCP dance theatre. She collaborated with Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Tavaziva Dance , BBC, Nyctoloptic dance Theatre and coo-funded AllotropiaMovement.

Joanna’s work at LCP as a producer, artistic director and contemporary dancer involves full length professional dance productions, some of them nominated by the Amnesty International Freedom Expression Award at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016/15/14 for: aerial dance ” Escape”2016, dance theatre “I am”2015 and “Am I” 2014. The other productions include: a very successful dance performance “Rights(?)” awarded by BBC Performing Arts Fund, and others presented in various arts festivals: “Lust Lost Last” at Camden Fringe Festival, and “Taking Chances”, “Voices 4 Change”, “Please do not remove it”, “Up&down” at Brockley Arts Festival:. She danced with Dance United at “Destino” in Sadler’s Wells”, choreographed and performed with Jawaf Dance Theatre “Going nowhere”, with AllotropiaMovement “Imaginary…”. Performed at “The Profondis” Frivol Festival in London.

Attila Andrási

Choreographer

Attila Dance Company

Attila Andrási was born in Hungary where he first discovered dance at the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy, working extensively with improvisation. He then went on to study at Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD) where he continued to develop his movement language and had the opportunity to collaborate and perform many choreographic works. Since graduating he moved to Berlin to complete an Academic Masters project in HZT. Attila has since moved to London to explore his choreographic vision further and develop future projects.
This is Attila’s first collaboration in the UK and is working with four dancers, all with extensive experience within contemporary dance. We came together at the end of July and since then we have been collaborating, playing and exploring. The Social Arts Festival is the first time that we will be presenting this work and we are looking forward to gaining some feedback which in turn will help develop the work.

Sofia Caley

Performer

Lemon Sherbet

Actor, director, movement director, play-write and poet based in London and Bath. 

'A lemon sherbet was all it took to make me smile. A lemon sherbet was all it took to take me.'

A one woman show that combines the strength of one voice with music and movement.

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Line-up

  1. 20:05 PM - 20:25 PM : Lemon Sherbet

    Lemon Sherbet is a 10 minute play which explores our understanding and ability to tackle human rights abuses against victims of rape. The play follows the story of a student from the North West of England whose journey through Europe comes to an end in France before it’s even really begun. This one woman show is a physically orientated piece of art that explores the vulnerability of a teenage rape victim who died so far away from home. 

  2. 20:25 PM - 20:35 PM : Symbiosis

    The movement, being the natural component, in juxtaposition with the digital video animation explores the human body in coexistence with technology. This performance aims to raise awareness of how technology can be the solution of many problems in underdeveloped countries, which do not have the financial resources to be able to access the benefit of information technologies. The increase of AI and technology in today’s society can be used to our advantage in ways of spreading awareness and help us take action in addressing certain socio-political issues,
    Such as how the increase of technology in third world countries could play a big part in the development of their education system. The combination of body movement and video projection in our performance wants to communicate the human growth we have reached so far thanks to technology.

  3. 20:35 PM - 21:00 PM : Victoria
    A musical journey through my life stories. Falling in love with a woman (now my wife) and “coming out” at the age of 28. The right to love whom I choose while confronting prejudice, lack of acceptance and LGBT rights. The freedom to love regardless of social norm.  Female body image and the self acceptance of my beauty, size and saying goodbye to perfectionism. And lots of other treats in between.
  4. 21:05 PM - 21:15 PM : The assumptions we make

    “The assumptions we make” brings attention to the conclusions we make about someone based on his/her appearance and how it can make us chase a “picture perfect“ which then may result in mental health issues or a feeling of non-belonging – A disconnection from who we really are and want to be in exchange for the illusion of matching the „picture perfect“.
    The piece invites the audience to take a closer look and experience a duet of two dancers finding a sense of “flow” and togetherness, a state in which they can be equal, in which they can reconnect with their intuition and in which they aren’t concerned with how they appear to be.

  5. 21:15 PM - 21:30 PM : Escape 2

    Extract from Escape 2 by the LCP Dance Theatre presented at the Edinburgh Festival 2017.  Recreating and re-telling the emotional journey of a refugee using innovative aerial dance and multimedia, against a stirring soundscape by Stefano Guzzetti. Fusing pole and silks performance with dance theatre, Escape 2 explores the impact of a new environment on a refugee, who must face social, political and psychological challenges in order to integrate with a new society.

    Award winning LCP Dance Theatre draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and has been nominated twice at the Edinburgh Fringe for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award.

  6. 21:30 PM - 21:45 PM : AM I

    This is an extract from ‘AM I’ performed by the LCP Dance Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe.

    This complex physical theatre performance draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and film. LCP’s ‘Am I’ finds its roots in the pain and struggle of human trafficking as inspired by the story of Sophie Hayes in her recent book “Trafficked.”

    “AM I” explores the complicated tale of victim and trafficker wherein both are slaves: often the roles bleed into each other making it difficult to see the line between either identity. In “AM I,” the trafficker becomes victim and vice versa. This production involves pain and confusion as seen through the eyes of dance and flowing movement.

  7. 21:45 PM - 22:00 PM : Hope and Freedom

    Hope is an artistic collaboration between choreographer Joanna Puchala of the LCP Dance Theatre and musicians Ertan Dereli and Cansu Altunay.

    “Hope” (work in progress) is an introduction to a new full length dance theatre performance based on mental and physical abuse in a relationship.

    Ey Ozgurluk (Freedom) reminds us of the reasons for our struggles.  The original melody of the song was composed by singer and writer Zulfu Livaneli, lyrics translated by Paul Eduard’s famous poem La Liberte. In this arrangement Ertan Dereli uses Livaneli’s melodies with some extensions and harmonisation.

    The piece was recorded in March 2014 at Goldsmiths University and performed in July 2017 in University of West London with piano and strings orchestra, but this will be the first public performance.

    The source of the choreography comes from the struggle of a couple, either heterosexual or homosexual. After falling in love, after a time they lose their connection with each other. Through lack of communication, two people who once loved each other become enemies and are cruel to each other. Love changes to hate. A once loving relationship becomes a game involving physical and mental abuse on both sides. Power shifts back and forth in a battle of wills and confidence. The weaker undermines the self confidence of the stronger and the victim becomes the abuser. Cultural and ideological clashes take over what was once a peaceful and loving relationship.

    The title “ Hope” reflects the forgiveness and compassion of the victim of the dysfunctional and toxic relationship. The full length piece goes through the faces of happiness, unhappiness and forgiveness. This is an extract which will give a flavour of the full picture of the future piece. Because of the particular form of movement this performance takes, the interpretation of the piece is abstract and different for each spectator. Enjoy the show and give us your feedback.

  1. 20:05 PM - 20:35 PM : P.X.L.S Channel

    The piece explores the concept of commonality within humanity, finding what we have in common with one another and what makes us our own individual person. We are trying to understand these individual humans all of whom have a different sexuality, physicality, gender and nationality and how they can all celebrate their individuality in a common society. Four performers share their own experiences, thoughts and feelings in common space in a channel that is sometimes literal or abstract. The manifestation of different feelings, human existence and different characters create a self-reflection and reflection of others, all this is shared, combined and complied creating a movement vocabulary and structure for the work.

  2. 20:35 PM - 20:50 PM : The assumptions we make

    “The assumptions we make” brings attention to the conclusions we make about someone based on his/her appearance and how it can make us chase a “picture perfect“ which then may result in mental health issues or a feeling of non-belonging – A disconnection from who we really are and want to be in exchange for the illusion of matching the „picture perfect“.
    The piece invites the audience to take a closer look and experience a duet of two dancers finding a sense of “flow” and togetherness, a state in which they can be equal, in which they can reconnect with their intuition and in which they aren’t concerned with how they appear to be.

  3. 20:50 PM - 21:00 PM : Pretty Mess

    The concept notetoSELF DanCe  have been studying over the past few months carries many themes but they are in large researching the ways in which young females, (16-25) are affected by social media and how their habitual behaviours affect their daily life. The piece is currently a work in progress which follows a physical theatre contemporary nature with an element of Hip-Hop. They have explored the issues of the side effects of obsessive social media behaviour in terms of mental health, identity loss, peer pressure and body image. As a whole, in collaboration although dark, the work will transcend an uplifting empowering message complimentary with humour, in parts which will in hope start conversations.

    notetoSELF DanCe is an independent contemporary dance company choreographed and artistically led by Natasha Lee. Established in October 2013, they are currently heading into their 5th year, with a rebirthing of fresh artists, new goals, fresh ideas and new pathways ready to create. The company produce work of a dynamic contemporary nature where dance and physical theatre often collide. They create art which highlights social matters whilst they depict and evoke through the dance and performance.

  4. 21:00 PM - 21:15 PM : Alex Moses

    Why do we share a certain bond with someone? In an inexplicable connection with another person, we can find ourselves simultaneously feeling excited, love, lust, sad, sense of belonging and fear all in the name of this unspoken link. This piece looks at those moments of giving in and those moments of fighting this invisible thread that pulls two beings together. This duet is inspired by our friends, Alex and Moses.

  5. 21:15 PM - 21:30 PM : ESCAPE 2

    Extract from Escape 2, recreating and re-telling the emotional journey of a refugee using innovative aerial dance and multimedia, against a stirring soundscape by Stefano Guzzetti. Fusing pole and silks performance with dance theatre, Escape 2 explores the impact of a new environment on a refugee, who must face social, political and psychological challenges in order to integrate with a new society.

    Award winning LCP Dance Theatre draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and has been nominated twice at the Edinburgh Fringe for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award.`

  6. 21:30 PM - 21:45 PM : AM I

    This is an extract from ‘AM I’ performed by the LCP Dance Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe.

    This complex physical theatre performance draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and film. LCP’s ‘Am I’ finds its roots in the pain and struggle of human trafficking as inspired by the story of Sophie Hayes in her recent book “Trafficked.”

    “AM I” explores the complicated tale of victim and trafficker wherein both are slaves: often the roles bleed into each other making it difficult to see the line between either identity. In “AM I,” the trafficker becomes victim and vice versa. This production involves pain and confusion as seen through the eyes of dance and flowing movement.

  7. 21:45 PM - 22:00 PM : Hope

    Hope is an artistic collaboration between choreographer Joanna Puchala of the LCP Dance Theatre and musician Ertan Dereli.  “Hope” (work in progress) is an introduction to a new full length dance theatre performance based on mental and physical abuse in a relationship.

    Ey Ozgurluk (Freedom) reminds us of the reasons for our struggles. The original melody of the song was composed by singer and writer Zulfu Livaneli, lyrics translated by Paul Eduard’s famous poem La Liberte. In this arrangement Ertan Dereli uses Livaneli’s melodies with some extensions and harmonisation.

    The piece was recorded in March 2014 at Goldsmiths University and performed in July 2017 in University of West London with piano and strings orchestra, but this will be the first public performance.

    The source of the choreography comes from the struggle of a couple, either heterosexual or homosexual. After falling in love, after a time they lose their connection with each other. Through lack of communication, two people who once loved each other become enemies and are cruel to each other. Love changes to hate. A once loving relationship becomes a game involving physical and mental abuse on both sides. Power shifts back and forth in a battle of wills and confidence. The weaker undermines the self confidence of the stronger and the victim becomes the abuser. Cultural and ideological clashes take over what was once a peaceful and loving relationship.

    The title “ Hope” reflects the forgiveness and compassion of the victim of the dysfunctional and toxic relationship. The full length piece goes through the faces of happiness, unhappiness and forgiveness. This is an extract which will give a flavour of the full picture of the future piece. Because of the particular form of movement this performance takes, the interpretation of the piece is abstract and different for each spectator. Enjoy the show and give us your feedback.

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