Zero

Submerge into Humanhood’s hypnotic and powerful piece. A visually and sonically mesmerising performance of immersive sound, hypnotising lights and virtuosic movement where the two dancers entangle through a ritualistic journey. 

Since time is distance in space, time is memory on the structure of space. Without Memory, there is no time. Without time, there is no memory.” Nassim Haramein

Submerge into Humanhood’s hypnotic and powerful piece. A visually and sonically mesmerising performance of immersive sound, hypnotising lights and virtuosic movement where the two dancers entangle through a ritualistic journey.

Experience this spiritual & tribal dance and get transported into a dream-like world of imagination and beauty.

ZERO is Humanhood’s first full length piece and has been researched and created over a period of one year and a half. 

Humanhood carefully engage with all the elements of a dance production bringing each of them to its fullest potential and high quality, this is why they start the collaborations with all the mixed-field artists involved from the first stages of the creation. All the elements have informed eachother, sometimes being the sound or the light the primary elements and building the movement there forth. 

This piece merges surround sound/music, intricate lights, original costume, textured set design and mesmerising movement.

For the creationg of ZERO, Rudi & Julia have worked in collaboration with a team of international acclaimed artists and scientists, including Gyda Valtysdottir (cello), Shazad Ismaily (music), Alex Forster (music), Iain Armstrong (sound design & composition), Horne Horneman (lighting desgine), Mark Howard (costume design), David Jou (Doctor in physics/thermodynamics at UAB) and Bill Chaplin (Professor at Birmingham University School of Physics and Astrophysics)

ZERO is supported using public funding by Art Council England and commissioned by mac Birmingham. Supported by ACE Dance and Music and DanceXchange. Created in collaboration with Birmingham University School of Physics and Astrophysics.

 

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£10.00 / £8.00 concessions / £5 under 26s

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