Words by Maxine Flasher-Düzgüne? SAN FRANCISCO: In Turkish (but originating from Arabic), my father told me, “hafez” means one who remembers things…and like poetry’s daring recitations, dancing must be remembered also. While cursed inside its […]
Words by Qiao Lin Tan. A product of dance workshops ran by Body Talks Movement CIC, The Body’s Voice is a video installation that shines a light on the inner, somatic worlds of children from […]
Words by Giordana Patumi. Perugia will be a centre for dance this month when Umbria Dance Festival, running from 17-23 July, comes to town. We sat down with the festival’s artistic director Valentina Romito to […]
Let’s Dance International Frontiers is the dynamic annual dance festival in Leicester which presents live performances by fast-rising and established dance artists from the UK and abroad. The festival starts on International Dance Day, 29 […]
Hannah Draper speaks to artist Sarah Hopfinger about Sarah’s work Pain and I, a piece which explores what it’s like to live with chronic pain.
Sunhi Keller reviews the bold new zine F-ing Good Provocation, which is a response to the COVID pandemic and the uprise in worldwide violence against people of the Asian diaspora.
Katie Hagan, founder of Stretch partner dance art journal, lifts the lid on the importance of Stretch, a networking event for the dance sector. When Ines and Bernardo from diagonal dance first told me about […]
Words by Sunhi Keller. Shanghai-based artist LuYang’s work sits at the intersection of art, philosophy, science, technology, and bodily movement. Their first solo UK exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection, LuYang NetiNeti, showcases the past 10 […]
Words by Inês Carvalho. If we talk about inclusive dance in the UK, ‘Candoco’ is an inescapable name. Three decades after its establishment in 1991, Candoco Dance Company brings together past and present associates to […]
Words by Inês Carvalho. Helsinki, the last evening of summer. The chilly breeze of late afternoon paces up my steps.The GPS tracks an old building far from the city centre. I have no idea where […]