TYKE DANCE's Liamb
Liamb is the first ever evening-length dance work by Brooklyn-based dance company TYKE DANCE. This work investigates effort, brutality, strength, and femininity. Liamb relies on the tactics of collage and the politics of spectrum.
Above all else, Liamb celebrates the ferocity of poetic meter within dance composition.
TYKE DANCE is sweaty, brutal, clumsy, effortful, awkward and spastic. Sewing exertion, exhaustion, error and effort into the language of dance technique, we aspire to present movement that neither relies on classical notions of technique and virtuosity nor relinquishes the primacy of physical challenge in dance performance.
We cultivate an animal and infantile movement vocabulary. We work closely with physical ordeal as a process for creating dance.
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