Dance review: Glitch by Raw Moves is more about ideas than dance

Glitch is a multidisciplinary work with visual arts and dance set to experimental music. Bernie Ng
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RAW Moves
Goodman Arts Centre
Last Thursday (Sept 1), 8pm

In Glitch, everything is part of the performance. An exploration by experimental music and visual arts practitioner Wu Jun Han together with movement collaborator and RAW Moves’ artistic director Ricky Sim and dramaturg Nidya Shanthini Manokara, Glitch engages the trained bodies of the dancers to unravel the relationship between humans and machines.

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