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Published on Jun 13, 2012
Still Alive is a live installation and performance, created by Vincent Dance Theatre's regular collaborator and performer Aurora Lubos.
Still Alive is an intimate, simple portrait of a performer and mother. Five rooms, filled with objects and thoughts relating to childhood, motherhood, nature and the female psyche. Capturing authentic, striking glimpses into the life of a woman whose body and face carries a certain tiredness, Still Alive is a moving portrait of a mind slipping out of time. Viewing Aurora one person at a time, for around 5 minutes per person, this is an intimate and moving meeting point between performer and viewer, a game between what is alive what is dead, what moves and what is still, between what has a voice and what is silent...
The UK premiere of Still Alive took place in March 2012, at Yorkshire Dance Leeds, as part of Juncture.