A male and female duet, Void explores the space created by the pandemic, and what has moved into that space – both good and bad.
Responding to the experiences, thoughts and feelings of the artists and a group of young people in Manchester, Void explores the rich tapestry of emotions and reactions to covid and lockdown.
With varying energy and pace, and a rainbow of different dance styles and influences, Void takes you on a journey, which creates a chance to reflect, digest and process your own thoughts and feelings during this time.
With intricate and colourful choreography, and Chameleon’s unique and athletic dance style, Void draws you in through movement, and invites you to pause, and think again about an extraordinary space in time.
The video shared here is from the R&D process and was filmed as part of the creative making process of the production.
Void was created as part of Space to Speak, is a partnership project with Z-Arts and Trinity High School in Hulme, Manchester.
The project is one of 40 projects taking place in and around 40 arts centres as part of Here and Now, a national and local celebration of culture within communities.
Supported by Arts Council England and Future Arts Centres, marking the National Lottery’s 25th birthday. www.here-and-now.org.uk | @HereandNow2020
Choreography and direction: Kevin Edward Turner
Performers: Juliana Javier and David Colley
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Wow, what a brilliant Autumn UK Tour of 10! We’ve enjoyed every minute and can’t believe it’s over!
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