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Ostracism as a #dance #image on #wordymonday (or whatever happened to Swedish Democracy)

I chose ‘ostracism’ to represent through dance photographs today because of its close relationship to the word ‘segregation’. Segregation seems to me to be an appropriate starting point as today is Martin Luther King Day in the US as well as his official birthday. 367 more words

Carole Edrich Dance Photography


Last week, on Tuesday, I went to Sadler’s Wells Theatre to watch the newly conceived work of geniuses, Akram Khan and Israel Galván.

The sound in the piece is an amalgamative exploration of the cultural themes and influences of the new and interesting work. 200 more words


TOROBAKA @ Sadler's Wells Review

Akram Khan and Israel Galvan have collaborated to bring the world of dance TOROBAKA. The piece fuses Khan’s Khathak work and Galvan’s flamenco technique to create a completely new language together. 346 more words



TOROBAKA – Akram Khan and Israel Galván
Sadler’s Wells Theatre – Monday 3 November at 3.30pm

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To say that the translator simplified Israel Galván’s words would itself be an oversimplification, so sadly those who had no understanding of Spanish would have struggled to get the nuances – or even a sense – of his words. 294 more words

Carole Edrich Dance Photography