Sarada Sarita

A surprising Sunday package deal for die hard CaDance fans: with dance, food, and good conversations. We start in the afternoon with the ingenious performance installation Seconds by Amos Ben-Tal & OFFprojects. Then we attend the new performance by Sarada Sarita, an up-and-coming talent from the Dutch urban dance scene. With the style New Way Vogue, she brings her own distinct political appeal to humanity, equality, and awareness together with dance. After a delicious meal at restaurant Floc, we continue the program with Mom:Me by Ryan Djojokarso; a multidisciplinary gem about the apparently (un)breakable bond between mother and child.

In her own distinctly personal way dancer, performer, and choreographer Sarada Sarita brings her political appeal for humanity, equality, and awareness together with dance. For this final piece of her research project with ISH Dance Collective, she sought inspiration in Carl Jung’s theory of ‘Quaternity’ – a geometric figure that exudes a sense of unity. With New Way Vogue, the dancers dive into the human psyche in Q4: Quantified. Vogue began in the eighties’ as a movement against the repression of minorities in New York. With their moves, poses and forms they breach the labyrinthin in which we get lost because of our own patterns. Q4: Quantified is a statement, a search for a higher perspective to break through and transcend the boxes that keep us trapped.

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