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 Post subject: Red Gate Gallery: US Dance Group in London
PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:22 pm 
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Location: El Granada, CA, USA
Red Gate Gallery
209a Coldharbour Lane
London SW9 8RU
Tel: 020 73260993
e-mail: info@redgategallery.co.uk
www.redgategallery.co.uk

Dear Sirs, Madams,

we would like to draw your attention to the forthcoming US Dance event in London on
the 20th of June.
This DC Washington based group is performing for the first time in London - a
fantastic opportunity for all dance fans and dancers to see this outstanding
performance.

Also would it be possible to spread the word as it is really going to be an
unforgettable event.

Kindest regards

Yara Tschallener, Red Gate Gallery

Press Release:

Red Gate Gallery & Human Landscape Dance present

An Evening of live dance & music





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Live Performance Date: Saturday 20th June 2009, 7.00 - 10.00pm
Admission price: £8

Concession: £6

Book tickets in advance: info@redgategallery.co.uk - 020 73260993





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Human Landscape Dance examines the relationship of body with environment. Dance does
not take place in a vacuum. The context within which we perform says as much as the
movements. By plying the counter tension between person and space, this group
reveals humanity's interdependence with our world.

Human Landscape Dance has distinguished itself by juxtaposing urban and natural
iconography. The group's work tests the boundaries with which we surround ourselves.
In "Leaving Home," 2007, they stage a metaphoric birth in a city park. The dance
asks, which natural processes do we yet allow ourselves-or are we forced-to
experience? Is there anything beyond sex, giving birth, and death from which we are
blocking ourselves?

These dances do not advocate a return to the wild. Rather, they argue that we are
still part of nature, despite arbitrary distinctions imposed by language and air
conditioning. "Salmon Run," 2004, points out how even our contrivances mimic nature.
The dancers travel up the tiers of a fountain against the downward current of the
stream. We are yet as immersed in nature as fish in water.

Human Landscape Dance uncovers layers of meaning between person and place. Their
dances demonstrate the influence environment applies to statement. The group treats
the interconnectedness of man and nature through modern dance in public spaces."

Malcolm Shute, Artistic Director


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