Ahilan Ratnamohan: Drill

PICA | 7-Feb-2016
Three athletes meet in a late night, never-ending training session. A form of non-competitive competition unfolds before the audience. Sweaty machismo gets a poetic makeover as sprinting, jumping, turning, pivoting, falling and accelerating merge in an indefinable training sequence which revels in an exhausted euphoria.
Venue: PICA Performance Space
Address: Perth Cultural Centre, 51 James St, Northbridge
Date: 24-27 February, 2016
Time: 7.30pm
Ticket: $20 - $30
Buy / Ticket: pica.org.au
Web: http://pica.org.au/show/drill/
EMail: communications@pica.org.au
Photo by Phillipe Smets
Three athletes meet in a late night, never-ending training session. A form of non-competitive competition unfolds before the audience. Sweaty machismo gets a poetic makeover as sprinting, jumping, turning, pivoting, falling and accelerating merge in an indefinable training sequence which revels in an exhausted euphoria.

Drill is an exploration of the choreographic potential of athletic movement and training that revels in an exhausted euphoria.

"The rigour, focus and commitment of all three performers combine to make this a stand-out performance" - Arts Hub

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