Jealousy. First dance piece at the Print Room, Westbourne Grove

Thursday, 2 February, 2012

Jealousy opens on Monday, with 4 choreographers and the artist Laurence Kavanagh helping to bring this fusion of dance and sculpture to fruition.

Alain Robbe-Grillet’s seminal novel ‘Jealousy’ was the starting point and inspiration for this new commission, which was developed by Laurence Kavanagh.

”It explores our relationship to objects and architecture as representations of internal states of the human psyche. Using the narrative structure of the novel as inspiration, the production collages the key elements of soundscape, material, light, and movement as well as spectator viewpoint to explore the audience’s perception of truth.”

The project involves young emerging choreographers James Cousins winner of New Adventures Choreographer Award; Morgann Runacre-Temple, Hubert Essakow and Daniel Hay Gordon.

Tickets are still available and can be purchased online at www.the-print-room.org or by calling 020 7221 6036. There are still some earlybird £10 tickets left for Monday 13th February and both of our Saturday matinees, otherwise tickets are £20/£15.


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