BETWEEN TINY CITIES រវាងទីក្រុងតូច
Two b*boys face off in a circle amid the audience, the raw energy of b*boy battles focussed by contemporary choreography.
Choreographed by internationally renowned, Sydney hip-hop dance artist Nick Power and accompanied by the beats and sound design of Jack Prest, Between Tiny Cities រវាងទីក្រុងតូច blends the raw, wild energy of b*boy battles with skilful improvisation and choreography, offering a cross-cultural perspective on style and locality.
Dancers Erak Mith, from Phnom Penh, and Aaron Lim, from Darwin, use the rituals, movement styles and language of their shared hip-hop culture to reveal the dramatically different worlds that surround them and uncover the choreographic links that unite them.
Image: Thoeun Veassna
Sydney-based b*boy and choreographer Nick Power is one of the leading hip-hop dance artists in Australia. His work has toured throughout Australia, Europe, Asia and Central America, and he has choreographed numerous shows with companies including Tracks and Stalker.
His Australia Council dance residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris 2012 inspired his first full-length independent work Cypher, which toured extensively. Power regularly works in regional centres and in the remote Indigenous community of Lajamanu with Tracks Dance and has curated numerous hip-hop dance events. He is currently the dance curator at Campbelltown Arts Centre.
- Harley Stumm
- Intimate Spectacle
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