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Q&A With Jude Udueni – In Between Time

‘What are people who have funds to throw around doing? Why are these young talents wasting away?’
Read our Q&A with Jude Udueni, a Nigeria based producer and one of the participants for this year’s #ProducerFarm.

Producer Farm is a partnership with Fuel Dance Umbrella Coombe Farm Studios Bristol Ferment & In Between Time

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Throwback Thursday to Images Every 3 Seconds, The Hour and Hidden Voices by Rosemary Butcher Dance, part of 2005 Dance Umbrella Festival.

Saturated with ideas of journey and navigation, this triptych of solo performance, film and installation logged a highly personal trajectory of choreographic identity and challenged all conventional expectations of dance. Photo: Oskar Henn

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