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Vera Tussing - The palm of your hand

maa 13/07/2015 > vri 24/07/2015

Vera Tussing graduated from the London Contemporary Dance School, and has worked as a choreographer and dancer throughout the UK, Belgium and Europe. In her work she intensively researches topics of perception and intimacy, looking for new ways in which an audience can be moved and transported, both mentally and phisically.
After Sound Bed, an installation piece with performative settings, and T-Dance, which was based on mediated and imagined touch, Vera Tussing decided to undertake the research THE PALM OF YOUR HAND. The research performance is a dance that takes place in the active, engaged, tactile negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in their ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. The fourth wall becomes the skin. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.