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Read Icon Woman on floor with microphone at POST-DANCE-ING 2019 conference, Stockholm

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Postdancing in the dark

Posting from the POST-DANCE-ING conference in Stockholm 2019, Anna Kozonina asks: how did it work, what did it do?

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Read Icon Scottish Dance Theatre in Ritualia, by Colette Sadler. Photo © Brian Hartley

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Fringe cuts from Edinburgh 2019

A week of dance at the Edinburgh Fringe, as seen by Lena Megyeri at the 2019 NICritics programme for independent writers

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Read Icon Brother Sam (Kwok-kwan Chan) and the Axe Gang take the floor in Stephen Chow’s Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

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Dance+: Kung Fu Hustle

Slick, stylish, violent… the Axe Gang in Stephen Chow’s King Fu Hustle know how to cut a figure on the dance floor – and off it!

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Florentina Holzinger: TANZ, a sylphic reverie in stunts

Pitching witch against fairy, Florentina Holzinger’s TANZ bares the corporal discipline and punishment of romantic ballet through brutal parody and spectacular stunts

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Read Icon Dançando com a Diferença in La Ribot’s Happy Island. Photo © Caroline Morel Fontaine

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La Ribot / Dançando com a Diferença: Happy Island

You can see the trees on Happy Island. What about the wood?

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Read Icon Chris Haring’s Liquid Loft company in Stand-Alones (polyphony)

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New directions home? ImPulsTanz 2019

Lena Megyeri reflects on the crisis of objective in contemporary dance at Vienna's contemporary dance festival.

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Read Icon Luke Pell’s library event In the Ink Dark.

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Radical empathy and real engagement: Take Me Somewhere 2019

Dance artists at Glasgow’s genre-crossing festival of experimental performance take you beyond performance itself

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Read Icon Naturalistic movement and spoken word: Gunilla Heilborn’s The Ordinary and The Wonderful.

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Gunilla Heilborn: The Wonderful and The Ordinary

A work in which the ordinary surpasses the wonderful leads to wonderings about words

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Read Icon Local performers from Berlin in Oona Doherty’s Hard to be Soft

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Oona Doherty: Hard to be Soft – A Belfast Prayer

An attempt to heal the trauma of the collective Belfast body produces very mixed results

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Read Icon Local kids take the audience in hand in Francesca Grilli’s Sparks

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Slow and gentle: Santarcangelo Festival 2019

Performances at the 49th Santarcangelo Festival stir our sense of being and embodiment

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Read Icon a kitchen tango lesson in Wong Kar-wai’s Happy Together

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Dance+: Happy Together

A tango scene in Wong Kar-wai’s Happy Together invites our hearts into the spaces between separation and togetherness, fiction and reality

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Read Icon Dismantling virginity: Teresa Vittucci in Hate Me, Tender.

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Six of their sex: female dancemakers at ImPulsTanz 2019

A choreographic variety of women’s work at ImPulsTanz Vienna

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Read Icon Janet Novás and Mercedes Peón in Mercedes máis eu.

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Earth moves: contemporary roots at Sismògraf festival

The old made anew: three contemporary choreographers reworking folkloric heritage at Sismògraf Festival

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Read Icon Enrico Ticconi in Kat Válastur’s Rasp Your Soul

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Julidans NEXT, Amsterdam: performers steal the show

Julidans NEXT offers new opportunities for both artists and audiences

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Read Icon Ana Kreitmeyer / Sonja Pregrad (Croatia): Out There and In Here, at Antistatic Festival 2019, Sofia, Bulgaria

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Vote for dance: Antistatic Festival 2019, Bulgaria

The 12th Antistatic Festival called a #VoteForDance – but how did the performances poll with our reviewer?

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Read Icon More guided tour than stage performance: Mette Ingvartsen in 69 Positions.

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Hack me tender: Mette Ingvartsen’s Red Pieces

Orgies, utopias and joyful existence in Mette Ingvartsen’s Red Pieces

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Read Icon Joe Alwyn and Rachel Weisz in Yorgos Lanthimos' The Favourite (2018)

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Dance+ : The Favourite

In place and out of time: dance anachronisms in Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite (2018) are part of a fickle world

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Read Icon Enrico Ticconi and Ginevra Panzetti, pointing fingers in dance film Actio (2102)

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Already there? An interview with Ginevra Panzetti & Enrico Ticconi

Italian choreographic duo Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi on powerplay and physical rhetoric – past and present

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Read Icon Rimini Protokoll’s Uncanny Valley at Spring Utrecht 2019

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SPRING Utrecht 2019: ‘In many ways, the future is already here’

Name it, hashtag it, experience it… The SPRING festival in Utrecht dives into dance, performance, installation, god, politics, gender – and the future

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Read Icon The three children begin their dance performance in Yorgos Lanthimos's 2009 Dogtooth

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Dance+: Dogtooth

The distorting mirror of dance reflects an intimate reality of adolescent vulnerability in Dogtooth (2009)

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Read Icon Perfomers in Sofia Mavragani’s Afterwords, showing illuminated mouths

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Sofia Mavragani: Afterwords

Mouth movement makes for an intriguing choreographic experiment, but Anastasio Koukoutas doesn’t quite swallow it

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Read Icon Lenio Kaklea, holding mirror on stage in A Hand's Turn

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Caught in the act of seeing

Look, then look again. Anastasio Koukoutas on altering visions in three contemporary dance pieces from Greece

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Read Icon Performance of Nicole Beutler’s Metamorphosis. Photo © Anja Beutler

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Nicole Beutler Projects: 8: Metamorphoses

What’s the measure of a man? This performance questions what we are even measuring when we say ‘man’

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Dance+: Echoes, Ode to Silence

Andres Arochi’s short film uses dance to revisit Luis Barragán’s masterpiece of modernist architecture

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Read Icon At Rakete festival, Lau Lukkarila spells… Trouble.

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Rakete Festival 2019: from Mama to Mother Earth

At the intersections between the personal and the panoramic – a new generation of dance artists at the Rakete Festival, Vienna

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Read Icon All Eyes On… by Teresa Vittucci. Photo © Nelly Rodriguez

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Queer Darlings 2019, Sophiensaele Berlin

Camgirls and drag queens, chatrooms and cabaret: two surprising pieces from a festival of feminist and queer performance

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Read Icon Zoltán Vakulya (front) and Albert Quesada, OneTwoThreeOneTwo. Photo © Benjamin Sommabere

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Albert Quesada & Zoltán Vakulya: OneTwoThreeOneTwo

An experiment in choreography and staging that is definitely ‘not flamenco’ – but neither is it something else

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Read Icon Hugo/Robyn Le Brigand in Sans Culotte, a ‘solo for two butt cheeks and one anus’. Photo © Franzi Kreis

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Imagetanz 2019

Up close and personal with a lot of orifices at Vienna’s 30th Imagetanz Festival

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Read Icon Dance scene from Norodom Sihanouk’s 1969 Cambodian film, La Joie de Vivre.

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Dance+: La Joie de Vivre

Wedged between independence and genocide, a Cambodian dance scene shows that loving life is precious – and takes practice

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At work: Jesús Rubio Gamo

‘It was dance and music that saved me from loneliness.’ Spanish choreographer Jesús Rubio Gamo talks about the turning point that led to the creation of Gran Bolero (2019)

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Jefta van Dinther: The Quiet

Quantum leaps in time… a mysterious world holds on to its secrets

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Read Icon Léa Tirabasso’s The Ephemeral Life of an Octopus.

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Yukiko Masui / Léa Tirabasso

A double bill that contrasts mental anguish with physical recklessness

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Read Icon The Symptoms’ 2017 revival of You Trash! in Budapest

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Trash aesthetic:
Meet The Symptoms

What is waste? Who is trash? Réka Szabó and Dániel Szász of The Symptoms speak about recycling a street performance

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Read Icon Susie (Dakota Johnson) in the first dance scene from Luca Guadgnino’s Suspiria (2018)

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Dance+: Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria

Toil and trouble brews in a cavernous, covenous dance company

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Read Icon Maya Jilan Dong in Whip (Akram Khan Company, Portraits in Otherness). Costume design by Marie Cantenys.

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At work: Marie Cantenys

‘The garment is not the outcome, the outcome is everything together.’ Fashion designer Marie Cantenys talks about working with dancer Maya Jilan Dong

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London International Mime Festival 2019

Using language and losing language: Theatre Re, Gecko and Peeping Tom at the 2019 London International Mime Festival

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Read Icon photo of Zoltán Vakulya and Chen-Wei Lee in Together Alone, Taiwan Dance Platform 2018

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Taiwan Dance Platform 2018

The 2018 Taiwan Dance Platform was ‘made in Asia’, but even more international in scope

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Read Icon Keira Knightley and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Joe Wright’s Anna Karenina

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Dance+: Joe Wright’s Anna Karenina

A pivotal scene in Joe Wright’s Anna Karenina is wordless, its drama of love, transgression and death distilled in dance

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Read Icon Jan Martens’ Passing the Bechdel Test. Photo © Clara Hermans

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Jan Martens: Passing the Bechdel Test

Jan Martens’ choreography is a canvas that interweaves the action and speech of teenage performers with an impressive array of feminist texts, figures and thoughts

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At work: Bára Sigfúsdóttir

Icelandic choreographer Bára Sigfúsdóttir on working between reality and imagination

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Read Icon The young women in Rita Góbi’s Snapdragons. Photo: Gábor Dusa

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Pal Frenák: W_all / Rita Góbi: Snapdragons

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Read Icon String Section by Reckless Sleepers, at DanceLive Aberdeen.

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DanceLive Aberdeen, Scotland

Aberdeen’s DanceLive festival combines a productive dance platform and a conscious aim to connect with non-dance audiences

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Springback Live at Ice Hot, Reykjavik 2018

Like daytime TV – but for dance addicts! Springback Magazine produced our first live stream at Ice Hot Reykjavik, December 2018

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Dance+: Mauvais Sang

An intoxicating scene from Leos Carax’s Mauvais Sang embodies the headlong rush of youthful love and the mystery of its memory

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Read Icon A composite body in Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Babel. Photo © Maarten Van Den Abeele

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Polyphony, playing and politics: the many voices of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

On voices, parts, and playing parts in the many-limbed choreography of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

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Read Icon Eisa Jocson’s Princess. Photo © Jörg Baumann

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Oktoberdans, Bergen: minorities dance for a majority audience

Two programmes at Scandinavia's largest dance platform navigate the exclusivity of an ‘inclusive’ mindset

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Read Icon El Conde de Torrefiel in La Plaza. Photo © Els De Nil

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Towards the ‘ironic spectator’

Apathy as activism: what has become of political art and a politicised audience?

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Read Icon Ivo Dimchev in Som Faves

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Ivo Dimchev: Som Faves

A maniacal movement manifesto upends audience expectations in a one-off performance at London’s Chisenhale Dance Space

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Read Icon Conformity scene from Dead Poets Society

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Dance+: Dead Poets Society

Show, don’t tell! A teacher’s lesson on conformity from an embodied perspective

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Read Icon One body inhabited by many: Calixto Neto’s oh!rage

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Black and blue at Festival Les Plateaux

Choreographers Ana Pi and Calixto Neto take on ‘black dance’ on their own terms

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Read Icon Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas, Idiot-Syncrasy

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Favourite jumper: Igor & Moreno, Idiot-Syncrasy

Caring but not careful – who knew an hour of jumping up and down would touch so many people in so many ways?

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Read Icon Childish Gambino, ‘This is America’

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Down in one: the single-shot music video

On the appeal and the achievement of the one-shot music video

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Read Icon screenshot of Christian Bale In American Pscyho Hip to be Square scene

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Dance+: American Psycho

Is that a raincoat or are you just glad to see me? Róisín O’Brien on the choreography of a murder

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Read Icon Photo of Nora Chipaumire: Portrait of Myself as My Father

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Tanz im August talkabout #2: portrait of myself as my father (Nora Chipaumire), The Waves (Noé Soulier)

Springback’s Berlin Three discuss patterns and parentage in two very different pieces at the Tanz im August season

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Read Icon ‘Double You’, a project idea from the London Dansathon event

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Dansathon: an international dance hackathon

A report from the first ‘international dance hackathon’, a joint venture between Liège, London and Lyon that is more than just a competition

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Read Icon Grupo de Rua in Bruno Beltrão’s Inoah

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Tanz im August talkabout #1: Inoah (Bruno Beltrão) and R. OSA (Silvia Gribaudi)

Springback’s Berlin Three discuss body politics and national politics at the Tanz im August season

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Read Icon Jefta van Dinther Dark Field Analysis. Photo © Ben Mergelsberg

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Jefta van Dinther: Dark Field Analysis

Two men embark on an expedition inside the body and beyond the mind, in Jefta van Dinther’s psychedelic Dark Field Analysis

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Les Brigittines International Festival 2018

A many-layered thing: contrasting takeaways of our Springback writers at Les Brigittines, Brussels, reflect the genre-crossing styles of the festival itself

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Read Icon Michikazu Matsune, Elizabeth Ward and Frans Poelstra in Matsune’s All Together.

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Michikazu Matsune: All Together

Recollection, reflection and re-enactment make for a memorable evening in Michikazu Matsune’s new piece about people both present and absent

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Read Icon Abigail Breslin in the dance scene from the 2006 movie Little Miss Sunshine

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Dance+: Little Miss Sunshine

For the win! Anna Kaszuba on why artlessness triumphs in the dance scene from ‘Little Miss Sunshine’

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Read Icon Rosas The Six Brandenburg Concertos by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

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Rosas: The Six Brandenburg Concertos

A workbook choreographic exercise builds to a surprisingly exhilarating finale in Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s new Six Brandenburg Concertos

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Read Icon composite of YouTube thumbnails for Nuria Guiu Sagarra’s Likes and Premier Stratagème’s Forecasting

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Shape of YouTube

Two widely viewed danceworks beg the questions: how does YouTube shape dance? And how do you shape YouTube?

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Read Icon Rollerblading performers of Alex Baczynski-Jenkins's Us Swerve

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[8:tension] at ImPulsTanz Vienna 2018

Don’t expect the new to be comfortable: the [8:tension] platform for new choreography is provocative, plural, sometimes tedious – and often out of the comfort zone

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Read Icon Jo Bannon in We Are F*cked

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Jo Bannon: We Are F*cked

Doubt and disturbance come to a climax in Jo Bannon’s powerfully penetrating performance

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Read Icon Photo of Missing by physical theatre company Gecko

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Beyond borders: Amit Lahav and Gecko

Gecko’s Amit Lahav talks to Daniel Pitt about straddling genres, insularity and internationalism in British theatre – and being pummelled with love

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Read Icon Screencap of Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing, Love Man scene

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Dance+: Dirty Dancing

Alexandra Gray on her first time watching Dirty Dancing – and why Baby’s first time on the dancefloor stays with her

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Read Icon Photo of Taneli Törmä in Sophie Bellin-Hansen’s bell-covered costume, for the second section of the triptych COVER

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Taneli Törmä: COVER – A symphonic poem in three movements

A merger of choreography and sound installation, Finnish artist Taneli Törmä’s COVER sensitively explores the kinaesthetic experience of sound.

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Read Icon Photo of Rocío Molina, Lola Cruz and Síliva Perez Cruz in Grito Pelao

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Rocío Molina: Grito Pelao

They say that Mother knows best, but does she know how to turn that into a performance?

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Read Icon Crowd by Gisèle Vienne

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Gisèle Vienne: Crowd

Is dance raving mad to look to the rave scene for inspiration?

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Read Icon Kwame Asafo-Adjei’s Family Honour

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Danse Élargie 2018: big opportunities, bigger ambition

Beatboxing, b-boys, a beach and a balloon enlarge our concept of ‘dance’ in the fifth edition of the multi-disciplinary choreographic competition

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Read Icon Miet Warlop’s Fruits of Labor at Potsdamer Tanztage 2018

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Potsdamer Tanztage
or: 3 × 3 = 8

When does 3 × 3 = 8? When our three reviewers go to three performances each at Berlin’s 2018 Potsdamer Tanztage festival

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Read Icon Woman held up by others in Veza Fernández dance theatre Wenn Auge Mund Wird

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Bausch rebooted: Veza Fernández’s Wenn Auge Mund Wird

Vienna-based Veza Fernández refracts Bauschian Tanztheater through a contemporary prism

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Dance+: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Dancing home alone before going out to do what vampires do. Ka Bradley on a moment of dance in the movie A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

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Read Icon Giant pillow in An outdoor version of Pietro Marullo's Wreck

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Pietro Marullo’s WRECK: survival of the fittest in the age of austerity?

Pietro Marullo’s ‘elastic performance’ is a staging of the struggle to survive in a precarious environment – and an example of it.

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Read Icon Oona Doherty in Hope Hunt (and the ascension into Lazarus).

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Oona Doherty: Hope Hunt and the Ascension into Lazarus

A riveting portrait of the disadvantaged white male that meshes beauty with damnation

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Read Icon Silhouetted women in Florentina Holzinger's Apollon.

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Florentina Holzinger: Apollon

Dance gets down and dirty – but is it worth the gross-out?

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Read Icon Solo dancer Katerina Andreou in BSTRD

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Katerina Andreou: BSTRD

Can a solo dance piece create, on stage, that much needed room of one’s own?

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Read Icon 3 men in Timothy and the Things in László Fülöp’s choreography Hunting

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Timothy and the Things: Hunting (Vadászat)

Three men hunting – but for what, for whom, and why? Anna Dohy looks to the wider stage for answers

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Read Icon Jasna Vinovrški’s solo Lady Justice

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Jasna Vinovrški: Lady Justice

With witnesses, evidence and judgement – is a dance performance a bit of a trial?

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Ligia Lewis: Minor Matter

Black matters in Minor Matter, a powerful encounter with the myriad concepts of blackness

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Read Icon Luke Baio and Dominik Grünbühe in Aarhus, Denmark, 2017

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Dreams

‘We are dancers, we create the dreams.’ Albert Einstein

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Read Icon Audience and performers mix in Luke George's Public Action at Keir Choreographic Award

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How to like dance

Audience clubs are on the increase - why? Luke Forbes on his experience of a new workshop in Melbourne

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The wilderness within

What happens when dance takes nature as its stage? A festival in the northernmost town in the world leads to a changed sense of self, culture and existence

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Christos Papadopoulos’s Opus: in search of the dialectics of music and movement

A textual exploration of a performative exploration in sound, meaning and time

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Mònica Pagès watches Likes by Nùria Guiu

Classical music journalist Mònica Pagès sees a solo about the value of ‘likes’ in an age of social media. How was it for her?

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The naked stage of Sanna Kekäläinen

Riikka Laakso on Finnish choreographer Sanna Kekäläinen, and the subversions and inversions of her 2017 piece Whorescope

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Mette Ingvartsen: 21 pornographies

Assuming the position is at the heart of this physical exploration of erotica

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Read Icon Footballer and dancer in Vero Cendoya's La Partida

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Vero Cendoya: La Partida

Beautiful as dance can be, is it really any match for the beautiful game?

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At work: Meytal Blanaru

Brussels-based Israeli choreographer Meytal Blanaru on the workings behind her work

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Read Icon Arkadi Zaides and TALOS, performance

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Arkadi Zaides: TALOS

Arkadi Zaides' detatched demonstration of surveillance, digital simulation and border infringements

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Hodworks: Sunday

Hodworks’ Sunday begs the question: in the age of the selfie, what separates the person and the persona?

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