Wed - Sat

16 Feb - 17 Mar

8.30pm - 10.00pm

An installation created by acclaimed UK choreographer Russell Maliphant in collaboration with film artists Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones as part of Adelaide Fringe 2024.

Set amongst The Light Room Studio’s 150sqm of LED screens, Kairos is an installation that envelops its viewers in a rich visual landscape of sculptural bodies in motion, accompanied by an absorbing and evocative score from composer Mukul.

Created by acclaimed UK choreographer Russell Maliphant OBE and his company in collaboration with film artists, Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, Kairos brings together a group of extraordinary performers, using a movement vocabulary influenced by the dance forms of popping, breaking and contemporary dance, integrated through his masterful control of flow, form and dynamics.

‘Maliphant has made something formal enough to satisfy the Académie, and sexy as (the gates of) hell’ – Evening Standard

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