Finding breathing room for dance across borders

Singaporean dancer Pat Toh's performance Aqua Lung takes place in a 90-cm long water tank. PHOTO: PAT TOH. PICTURE
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SINGAPORE - When submerged in water, Singaporean dancer Pat Toh enters a state of transformation. Free from the shackles of gravity, she narrows her focus on her breath and lungs as they acclimatise to the environment.

This is where her performance Aqua Lung begins - in a 60cm-long water tank.

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