Daniel Linehan presents a new karaoke-style performance for two dancers, Anneleen Keppens and himself, in which words from a prepared script are projected onto the back wall of the Performance Room. As the dancers read the text, they execute hundreds of detailed movements which have been meticulously designed in response to the score of spoken words. The dance accentuates all of the strange rhythms hiding within everyday speech: the hesitancies, interruptions, and stutters. Its aim, as in any good conversation, is to generate a continual emergence of difference
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Hamish MacPherson is a choreographer and performer who works with movement, words and pictures to make performances, interventions, workshops and other things.
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