In Entangled Phrases, three performers practice 'listening to movement'. They use their voices to turn the movement into sound and allow the sound to affect the movement. The association between sound and movement as well as between the three of them create a rich and complex tapestry. Through dedication and affection, they weave themselves together in both a visual and aural manner. They respond to a society of fear by developing a technique of sensitivity, of community and nurture the ability to hold several thoughts at once while responding to complexity with their full capacities. Polyrhythm and polyphony are welcomed as a challenge of depth of experience and understanding.
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