the work

Illustration: David Andrassy

Imagine if you lost your senses of smell and taste . . .

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Photo: Karol Wyszynski

Reading pictures and seeing stories . . .

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Photo: Maya de Almeida Araujo

"Water is the best of all things." Olympian poet Pindar

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Photo: Chris Nash

The mutual attraction of two distinct dance forms, in a collision through which both cease to exist – or rather, something new is formed . . .

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Image: Simon Richardson

One hundred years of dance experience. One explosive duet.

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Photo: Amy Charles

Recreating carefree times through childhood memories of cycling to freedom.

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Photo: Gavin Joynt

Weaving fantastical stories of magic and wonder through Indian dance with universal themes

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Photo: Malcolm Johnson

A percentage scale between Kathak and Contemporary.

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Photo: Chris Nash

The boundaries of Kathak and contemporary dance are broken down and rebuilt in an exploration of invasion and trespass through music and dance.

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Photo: Nida Mozuraite

Enter the world of canvas and paint, painting the gods to life.

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Photo: Malcolm Johnson

Synthesising the worlds of figure skating, dance and music

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Photo: Nick Greenwood

Where do I want to get the ball and how do I get it there?

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Photo: Nick Greenwood

"Two wheels good, 1 wheel bad, 4 wheels only when necessary." Orwell

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Photo: Nick Greenwood

The magic of numbers and the children's game of hopping and scotching brought to life through dance. If you played your younger self who would win?

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Photo: Gavin Joynt

Once there was a famous ice skater called Gary. Gary skated all over the world. He was always on his skates. Then one day the ice began to melt . . .

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The Peacocks defeat the Swans and take over the lake. An Indian version of Swan Lake on ice.

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Photo: Malcolm Johnson

Tough, passionate, moving, at times strange and even hilarious, the story of Rugby League is awash with incredible incidents that live on in the memories of fans and players alike . . .

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Photo: Malcolm Johnson

They say that to master anything completely you have to practice for 10,000 hours . . .

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Photo: Malcolm Johnson

Battling one's own inner demons and dragons.

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Why did Ganesh break his tusk and throw it at the moon?

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Photo: Heritage Days Festival

Stories of Love, Loss and Hope – a cultural fusion of Irish folk dance and Classical North Indian Kathak . . .

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