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 Post subject: Frank Bock's and Simon Vincenzi
PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 6:10 am 
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by JUDITH MACKRELL
The Guardian

It generally goes without saying that dance is a non-verbal art form. But one choreographic duo, Frank Bock and Simon Vincenzi, have taken this assumption as a challenge. They have created a work that not only exists purely through the spoken word, but...
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 Post subject: Here, As If They Hadn't Been, As If They Are Not
PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 4:52 am 
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by LUKE JENNINGS for the Observer

Here, As If... takes these preoccupations to a further level. The curtain rises on a smoky stage on which a man is standing. He looks twitchy and uneasy, and gradually you become aware of two things: that he is moving in response to a soundpack which is clipped to his waist, and that he is blind. He can neither see his audience, nor hear what we are hearing. We, for our part, cannot hear what is on his soundtrack. Right from the start, the contract between performer and audience has been torn up. All that we can see are ghost images, the vapour trails of a human experience.

published: June 4, 2006
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