For the first time London audiences have the opportunity to enjoy the visionary choreography of Avatâra Ayuso as a full-length evening performance.
The Provisional Landscapes performance at Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadlers Wells, on November 24/25, unveils four thrilling, intelligent, and thought provoking pieces; explores theme of migration, identity, personal space, transformation, the other and nostalgia.
Avatâra Ayuso’s visually accomplished, intellectually rigorous short-dance film Tokyo Tokyo (selected by Dance Film Festival UK in 2014) leads its audiences through the magic of unfolding mystery; contrasting the 21st century physical surroundings of Japanese contemporary city and symbols of its grounded tradition.
Solo Balikbayan is an atmospheric and dazzling work inspired by Philippine woman and her story of migration.
Through the quintet Provisional Landscapes Avatâra shares her philosophy of performance.
Masks, vigorous movement, gestures, continuous circular features within a repetitive classical score by Vivaldi form Avatâra Ayuso’s unique choreographic style.