Sung Im Her: NUTCRUSHER

Date:Thu 30 Apr
Time:7.30pm
Venue:J2
Price:Pay What You Feel tickets from £2.50

Starkly repetitive and powerfully energetic,  NUTCRUSHER  looks at sexual objectification and power. Award-winning choreographer Sung Im Her is joined on stage by experienced dancers Martha Pasakopoulou and Yen-Ching Lin. 

The making of NUTCRUSHER was inspired by the slow but dramatic arrival of the #metoo movement in Korea. Severely repressed at first, the movement had an explosive cultural effect when allegations eventually started to surface. Informed by this, the work also draw on experiences of being looked at in unnerving and disempowering ways, drawing our attention to the gaze, to how we look and what affect that may have. 

 

 

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Age: 16+

Duration: 55 minutes

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Choreographer: Sung Im Her 

Created with the dancers: Yen-Ching Lin, Martha Pasakopoulou, Sung Im Her  

Music: Jamie Hamilton 

Dramaturg: Philip Stanier 

Lighting design: Patricia Roldan Polo 

Producer (Korea): Eun-Hae Yang 

Producer: (UK) Nikki Tomlinson 

Commissioned by the Korean Arts Council, NUTCRUSHER premiered at ARKO, Seoul in January 2019 

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