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Fernando Belfiore as part of Dublin Dance Festival
Dates: 18 May - 18 May
Show Time: 8pm
Tickets: €18 - €22
Teeth crunching into ice… paints dripping into paint.. intense sensations and heightened emotions. In a futuristic world drenched in colour and light, Fernando Belfiore wants to speak to our hearts.
Belfiore works at the intersection of dance, theatre and visual arts. In this solo piece his physical encounters with elements and objects explore how the body can transform itself, our environment and our emotions.
A lightsaber and metres of crumpled foil become parts of of his constantly re-shaping and renewing world.
From the sacred to the profane, from pop to sci-fi, let AL13FB<3 take you on a psychedelic trip through different frequencies.
“Belfiore is wild, sometimes fragile, sometimes funny but most of all, he delivers a brilliant one-man show.”
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Running time: 40 min (no interval)
Post-Show Talk: Wed 18 May
Choreographer/Performer: Fernando Belfiore
Dramaturgy: Katarina Bakatsaki.Suzy Blok, Bruno Listopad
Production: Dansmakers Amsterdam
Photographer: Gianinna Urmenta Ottiker
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