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This untitled, five minute dance piece uses light as a harbinger of madness. A darkened and peaceful pre-set dissipates as a solitary light, a humorously tilted standard lamp, generates the electricity of movement. The dancer is sleepily complicit as she turns on the light and becomes the heroine in a David Lynch-ian descent.
This tilt takes her away from symmetry and begins the journey from surety to distraction.
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Rotation takes her torso to the ground, but, unable to rest, her arm involuntarily reaches away and pulls her up, up, up to her feet. These glorious feet will hold my attention as they spread and contract on a floor the dancer trusts.
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Her feet know when to speak and when to stay silent. A blast of light floods the room with manic brilliance and instant heat: in a moment peace and logic are lost. The dancer charges at the audience only to suddenly halt.
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He is certainly capable of outmuscling opposition strikers, but his best attribute is his ability to pick out passes from the back. His composure in possession is largely a positive, but the ex-Liverpool man sometimes takes things too far in dangerous areas of the pitch; moreover, he has a tendency to switch off at vital moments which can prove costly against top-quality opposition forwards.
But not with an unintentional collision.
We paid a high price for the mistakes we made and we end up with nothing to show for our efforts. Sakho is, for the most part, an excellent defender, as demonstrated by his combined appearances for Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool and the France national team. Yet for all his qualities he is prone to too many moments of madness, and that is the reason why he now finds himself plying his trade for a lower mid-table Premier League side.
And that will probably never happen, not with the current state of rugby, and how difficult it has become to enforce the rules or considering the pressure being heaped on the ref. And anyway, when the dust settles the performances of Whitehouse and touch judge Mike English will fade but the majesty of Lowe will live on.
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