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Torus – Jerwood Dance House, Ipswich

Directors: Júlia Robert, Rudi Cole  Reviewer:  Cavelle Leigh Dance company Humanhood attempts to explore and intertwine two seemingly polarised worlds; of science and spirituality. Torus is the pivotal round, upon which so many of our principles are based. Expectations were of a symbolic journey that would bring those worlds to a close. During a slow and protracted introduction, the five ...

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Humanhood: Torus – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Peter Jacobs Humanhood were formed in 2016 by Rudi Cole and Júlia Robert Parés – one from Birmingham, one Catalan. They bring together their shared interests in science – especially physics and astrophysics – and Eastern mysticism and have developed in a relatively short time a distinctive choreographic language that speaks of an almost symbiotic fluidity. Less than a ...

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Wild Card: Humanhood – Sadler’s Wells, London

Curator: Humanhood Reviewer: Richard Maguire The Wild Card series at the Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells never fails to surprise. On these nights the studio space is given over to emerging dance-makers, who, in turn, bring along their collaborators. As curators of this night, Birmingham based dance company Humanhood seek to destabilise our expectations. Engaging with other art forms, and ...

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