Lucia Kickham presents

Dance

ON.PULSE.

Dates: 06 Apr - 07 Apr

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €12 - €14

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How do we measure and store time in our bodies? What happens if these processes become fragmented?

On.Pulse., a triple bill of new dance work, explores the natural rhythms of the body, the acts of breathing, blinking, pumping blood through our veins, and invites us to contemplate how we experience time beyond the hard external clock.

Frantic movement collides with stillness until the performers find their resting pace.

 

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Running time: 55 min

 

Choreography by Lucia Kickham in collaboration with the performers
Performers Robbie Blake, Marion Cronin and Lucia Kickham
Lighting by Matt Burke
Image by Abigail Denniston

Supported by The Arts Council, Dance Ireland, Firkin Crane, Tyrone Guthrie Centre

 

Lucia Kickham is a Dublin-based dance artist performing and collaborating internationally since 2011. Lucia has performed in Dublin Dance Festival, Belfast Theatre Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and toured throughout the UK, Sweden and The Netherlands. Lucia was commissioned by Dance Ireland to choreograph the dance film Anticipated Moment and received their Mentored Residency Award in 2014. She was the recent recipient of a joint bursary from Firkin Crane, Cork and Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Monaghan, which sparked the creation of this new work.

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