Crossings by LASALLE Diploma in Dance Year 2 Students
  • Junction of Buffalo Road and Serangoon Road, Kerbau Road and Serangoon Road, Belilios Road and Serangoon Road

    10, 11, 17, 18 JAN
    6:30PM – 7:30PM

    Admission: FREE

  • Crossings captures everyday details, subtle textures and gestures within the landscape of Little India. Body, space and time merge into snapshots held in choreographic frames of daily travelled pathways.

  • LASALLE Diploma in Dance Year 2 Students

    Susan Sentler (US/UK/Singapore) is a dance artist working as choreographer/maker, teacher, researcher, director and performer. She has taught and worked globally in the field of dance for over 30 years. As a performer, she danced with the Martha Graham Ensemble, and in recent years has returned to performing in works of artists such as Tino Sehgal, Xavier le Roy and Jerome Bel. She collaborates in ongoing research on somatic folding with colleague Dr. Glenna Batson ( Susan’s creative practice is multidisciplinary, anchored by a honed somatic relationship to image. She works in a gallery/museum context creating ‘responses’ or ‘activations’ for specific exhibitions as well as creating durational installations orchestrating objects, sound, moving/still image and absence/presence of the performing body. Her work has been exhibited/performed in the UK, USA, Europe, Indonesia and Singapore. Currently she is a lecturer with the School of Dance & Theatre at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.