No Land B

2022

A dance performance exploring the concept of climate change. Two dancers interact with natural materials and explore our relationship to nature and to each other with a deep awareness. They take us on a hopeful migration to a survivable planet.

No Land B invites the audience to experience a connection to the earth and its life-giving power through staged imagery and the dancer’s bodies. Performed to a striking soundscape by Liran Donin, each scene conjured creates a meditative and distinct atmosphere.

A poetic piece, No Land B visualises a hopeful future through the human body and the symbolic phenomenon of a Fata Morgana – a mirage of a sail-boat seen even on dry land. An illusion, a dream, a hope, a possibility of finding ways to exist.

 

 

A dance performance exploring the concept of climate change. Two dancers interact with natural materials and explore our relationship to nature and to each other with a deep awareness. They take us on a hopeful migration to a survivable planet.

No Land B invites the audience to experience a connection to the earth and its life-giving power through staged imagery and the dancer’s bodies. Performed to a striking soundscape by Liran Donin, each scene conjured creates a meditative and distinct atmosphere.

A poetic piece, No Land B visualises a hopeful future through the human body and the symbolic phenomenon of a Fata Morgana – a mirage of a sail-boat seen even on dry land. An illusion, a dream, a hope, a possibility of finding ways to exist.

 

 

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A work by: Sivan Rubinstein

Composer: Liran Donin

Lighting Designer & Production Manager: Edward Saunders

Artistic Collaborator: Caroline Mackenzie

Fashion Designer: Wonderound

Dramaturg: Xenia Aidonopoulou

Creative Consultant: Theresa Beattie

Creative Producer: Lia Prentaki | Performers Lydia Walker and Shanley Jorge-Elde

Photography: Dave Keightley | Bar Alon

Co-produced with The Place

Commissioned by The Place in partnership with King’s College London

Research support by 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

With in kind support from Carn to Cove and Beaford

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