Choreographer Tara D’Arquian and her collaborators Anne-Gaëlle Thiriot, Bruno Humberto and Philippe Lenzini, accompanied by a group of dancers will be carrying out two weeks of R&D at Greenwich Dance this spring.
In Situ 2.0 will be the second work of a site-specific trilogy on the identity conflict opposing human beings’ longing to define themselves to the multiplicity and indefinability of the self.
This second work of the series will be presented at The Borough Hall of Greenwich in autumn 2015.
In Situ 2.0 will combine dance, text, original composition, live music, lighting and set design to take the audience on a promenade between the realms of reality, dream, memory and thought to unveil one man’s struggle to find existential meaning.
This R&D is supported by Greenwich Dance and Arts Council England.
D’Arquian appears to have a panoramic choreographic vision and a keen eye in picking excellent performers and collaborators. Belgium has given contemporary dance some of its very best creative talents and perhaps here comes another.”
"For the first ever Compass Commission, Tara has produced a powerful portrayal of a modern relationship, which draws the audience in and invites them to weave themselves between the
performers. This is a dance work that will be talked about for years to come."
“We are delighted that Compass Commissions has enabled Tara D'Arquian to create such ground breaking site specific work, in such an extraordinary space."
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