The Mud Formed A Finger, Pointed
“The sounds are barely more than droning and breath, but that is all that is needed to paint the weird and wonderful world Watson draws the audience into. There is a slimy pinkish mass in a bucket of goo invoking creation myths of how human beings were formed but also toying with the aesthetic and appeal within the fetish of “Messy Play,”. It was totally transfixing to watch as a shapeless object rises from the muck and stands tall in her goddess-like glory like Botticelli’s Birth of Venus”. (Cindy Sibilsky, www.broadwayworld.com, 2018)
Photography by Michael BlasÃ©
Behind the Face of a Rock, Throwing Stones, 2018 – 2020
Surface Area Dance Theatre is turning the page into a new epoch of choreographic studies, researched and developed in action with; Charlie Dearnley, Christopher Fonseca, Graham Patterson, Alex Rowland and Tom White.
With thanks to support from Arts Council England, Dance City, Spin Arts and Dance Studio Leeds.