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Dancers’ Locker 2021 – Elemental Beings (Filmic Adaptation)

Dancers’ Locker 2021 – Elemental Beings (Filmic Adaptation)

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Summary:

Elemental Beings explores a distillation of basal elements of human existence to find an embodiment of a more primal state, and invites a discovery of intimate and introspective connections to the body.

When: 14th January 2022 – 22nd January 2022

Where: Online

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Elemental Beings explores a distillation of basal elements of human existence to find an embodiment of a more primal state, and invites a discovery of intimate and introspective connections to the body.

In collaboration with Singaporean director, Kris Ong who helmed the cinematic vision, this filmic adaptation was conceived and co-choreographed by Frontier Danceland Company Artists, Sammantha Yue, Mark Robles, Ma YueRu and Tan Xin Yen, and set to an evocative original score by Ecuadorean music composer, Omar Khalife.

An Artist Dialogue with the filmic team will take place on 22 Jan 2022, 8pm via Zoom. Admission is free. Click here to register.

More details: https://www.frontierdanceland.com/whatson-detail/dancelocker/

Application details
How to apply:

Pay-as-you-wish : $0 - $50 (Ticket excludes SISTIC Booking Fee)

Purchase tickets at https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/dancerslocker2021film.

Application close date: 22nd January 2022, or until the places are taken

Participation fee: Free

Frontier Danceland Ltd.

Founded in 1991 by Low Mei Yoke and Tan Chong Poh, Frontier Danceland is a professional contemporary dance company in Singapore that became full-fledged in 2011. Committed to cultivating versatility in expression through the body, Frontier Danceland’s dynamic range of innovative works craft unique experiences that heighten sensibilities and evoke introspection. Frontier Danceland has worked with both local and international dance-makers including Noa Zuk, Ohad Fishof and Shahar Binyamini (Israel), Richard Chappell and Deborah Nightingale (United Kingdom), Stephanie Lake and Luke Smiles (Australia), Edouard Hue and Thomas Lebrun (France), Sita Ostheimer (Germany), Sascia Pellegrini (Italy), Matej Kejzar (Belgium/Slovenia), Liu Yen-Cheng and Tung I-Fen (Taiwan), and Victor Ma Choi-Wo (Hong Kong). Throughout the years, Frontier Danceland has represented Singapore internationally, including three sold-out shows at Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv (Israel), Kuandu Arts Festival (Taiwan), 25th Quinzena De Dançe De Almada – International Dance Festival (Portugal), Festival Tour d'Horizons (France) and Dance in the City (Belgium/Germany).

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