This edition of SIDES features a full-length creation by renowned Israeli dance artist, Shahar Binyamini in his fourth collaboration with Frontier Danceland.
MORE THAN HUMAN is an exploration of relationships; that with our bodies, other humans, and the world around us. The work unfolds somewhere in an imaginary isolated realm, somewhere we can get in touch with the mysterious experience of being alive.
Join us in sharing a space of heightened sensibilities!
Date & Time
18 February 2022 (Friday) | 8pm
19 February 2021 (Saturday) | 3pm & 8pm
SOTA Studio Theatre
1 Zubir Said Drive, Singapore 227968
Price excludes SISTIC booking fee
$10 Discount for full-time students, NSF and senior citizens aged 60 years and above
10% Group Discount (minimum of 6 tickets)
20% Discount for Friends of Frontier Danceland (Email email@example.com for more information)
Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures are implemented at the venue,
where audiences must be fully vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days, or are medically ineligible for vaccination.
Curated in 2013, SIDES is Frontier Danceland’s annual performance platform that brings together both international and local choreographers to explore the various tangents of contemporary dance. The diversity of cultures and influences provides stimuli for the artists’ exploration of new frontiers in embodying a unique versatility that is the hallmark of Frontier Danceland.
Choreographers usually spend an artist-in-residence period of two to four weeks with the company artist to create or restage works for each season. Frontier Danceland has since presented the works of Chang Chien-Kuei (Taiwan), Lee Mun Wai (Singapore), Christina Chan (Singapore), Shahar Binyamini (Israel), Sita Ostheimer (Germany), Shahrin Johry (Singapore), Stephanie Lake (Australia), Wallie Wolfgruber (USA), Noa Zuk (Israel), Olé Khamchanla (France/Laos), Jereh Leong (Singapore), Gabrielle Nankivell and Luke Smiles (Australia), Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet (France), as well as Richard Chappell (UK) and Faye Tan (Singapore).
Previous editions of SIDES: