01/11/2010

Move it!









Went to a really fun exhibition on Saturday; in fact I have never laughed or sweated that much in a gallery ever. It's called Move: Choreographing You and it's designed to make you interact with most of the exhibits by moving your body. There were gymnastic rings to navigate without touching the floor, big pieces of wood for you to either squeeze through or balance on and even a gorilla suit that you could try on if you fancied it. There were also dancers dancing through out the space and loads of films showing modern dance performances; all in all you could lose yourself in the world of movement for a good few hours. If you're in London and need a bit of cheering up this winter I implore you to go - you won't regret it. In fact, I quite want to go back again and do a proper warm-up this time - I'm still aching from it now!

Some films about the exhibition:

14 comments:

  1. Looks so fun! great photos. happy Monday.

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  2. Your photos made this look like so much fun before I even knew what they were about!

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  3. oh cool. I see it'll be on until january. time for a london visit? :)

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  4. This looks like so much fun...well captured! I want to go! Another tick in the 'move to London' box.

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  5. Oh! I want to go there, I want to go there!

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  6. Sounds great!! Haha, it's always interesting when artists try out a new way of 'showing' their art.

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  7. wow, that sounds like a really fun exhibition! I would make a complete of it by tangling up the rings and running around scaring people in the gorilla suit. haha. but it's such a great idea!

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  8. waow!!! i want to try that, that and that... it's probably a good fun! thank for sharing

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  9. haha, underbart ju! :D gorillan! ringarna! snyggt o rolit! "vad har du där på haklappen, ett HUVE?!" hähähähähähähä

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  10. oh, i want to see it now !

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  11. This seems like so much fun. And exhausting! I wish PE/jumpa had been more like this...

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  12. Conceptually great idea and great pictures
    Thanks

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  13. Thanks for sharing. It looks so fun! I might make it there to experience it in person. *a

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