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Entity DVD (Wayne McGregor / Random Dance)

Entity DVD (Wayne McGregor / Random Dance)

A staggering blend of bodies, lights, technology and film that marks Wayne McGregor | Random Dance at the cutting-edge of contemporary choreography.
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Entity is an hour-long dance piece for Wayne McGregor | Random Dance featuring 10 dancers and a soundscape created by Jon Hopkins (Coldplay, Massive Attack and King Creosote collaborator) and award-winning composer Joby Talbot. Entity won the South Bank Show Award for Dance in 2009. 

 

Plus: The making of Entity, interviews with Wayne McGregor, composer Joby Talbot, Patrick Burnier and dancers, post-performance talk with Sadler's Wells Artistic Director Alistair Spalding and Wayne McGregor

Filmed: Biennale de la danse in Lyon, France

Music: Jon Hopkins and Joby Talbot

with the participation of The Debussy Quartet

Film Direction: Denis Caiozzi

Lighting Design: LucyCarter

Set and Costume Design: Patrick Burnier

Digital Video Design: Ravi Deepres

A Wayne McGregor | Random Dance / Arte France & PMP Penelope Production

 

Picture: 16:9

Sound: LPCM

Region code: 2 (please check your DVD player can play this region) 

Duration: 63 mins

 

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