Lewis Major's Unfolding: Two male and two female dancers are creating a triangular form; one central reaching up to the sky, the others around him crouched and bending forward, their arms reaching up behind them and to the side
Unfolding
Lewis Major's Unfolding: Two male and two female dancers are creating a triangular form; one central reaching up to the sky, the others around him crouched and bending forward, their arms reaching up behind them and to the side
Unfolding
Unfolding
Lewis Major's Satori: A male dancer with open shirt is reaching up through a 3D light box, held up by other dancers
Satori
Satori

Lewis Major Projects: Unfolding + Satori

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Internationally renowned choreographer Lewis Major and his company embark on their first UK tour! This is contemporary dance with its finger firmly on the pulse of our current zeitgeist.

With its world premiere at Adelaide Festival 2021, Unfolding is “a perfect fusion of design, light and movement” (Dance Australia). Using 3D projection to light the performers and the space, the work evolves through a fluidly shifting atmosphere and stage architecture to reveal the poetic possibilities of universal rhythms and cycles in relation to the human form.

In contrast, Satori envisions a revolving universe of impermanence and shifting atmospheres amongst different patterns of sound, light, and movement.

Don’t miss this chance to see two new works by one of the rising stars of Australian dance.

Warnings: Smoke/Haze

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