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Programme 3 | Saturday 10 February | 6pm
Sintering is the process of forming materials into a porous, textured mass. The resulting structures consist of small cavities, probing the in-between and mining the underneath the surface of the everyday. Cascading and carving through time and space, the performing body, video footage and sound coalesce, forming micro-narratives and structures that blur the boundaries between fictional and non-fictional experiences. Sinter was developed as part of the Limerick Dance Artist-in-Residence programme.
Created by Mary Wycherley in collaboration with choreographer Hélène Cathala
Performance / video: Mary Wycherley
Music: Jürgen Simpson
Mary Wycherley has been Limerick Dance Artist-In-Residence since 2015
Jump on an astral train and take a journey of transformation. Turning David and Goliath into a Centaur, climbing a mountain or singing a love song, Žigan Krajnčan and Gašper Kunšek invite dream-like images on stage. Alien Express is a disarming and gripping duet traveling from duality to unity, solidly anchored in a refreshing friendship.
Choreographers / Performers: Žigan Krajnčan and Gašper Kunšek
‘dream-like…a disarming and gripping duet traveling from duality to unity, solidly anchored in a refreshing friendship’ – Aerowaves
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Through a combination of performance platforms, residency opportunities, master classes, talks and lectures, Dance Limerick will advocate for artistic dialogue and exchange. In collaboration with dance artists across a range of practices, Dance Limerick will promote the creation of new and innovative work and will devise programmes of access, engagement and participation for the wider public.
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