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Dancer-choreographer Katja Nyqvist, is showing her solo Underfoot as part of a double bill at the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell between 10-19 May.
UNDERFOOT is an intimate and sideways exploration of that which we share and stand on. Dwelling, shifting and zooming through structures and improvisation, this dance is a celebration of the common ground.
UNDERFOOT solo performance project is developed as part of Katja's practice-led research at Roehampton University.
"The moment one gives up one's verticality, the first thing one discovers is that even the smoothest ground is not flat. The ground is grooved, cracked, cool, painful, hot, smelly, dirty." - Andre Lepecki
Details at http://www.blueelephanttheatre.co.uk/
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