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“Disappearing Act” “NAMUH” “DBL.TAP”: What’s In A Name? DiverCity at M1 CONTACT

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The M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival returns this year for its 10th edition with 20 shows and over 30 classes and workshops. Returning platform DiverCity, which in past years was combined with M1 Open Stage, stands on its own this year with three new creations by up-and-coming Singaporean dance artists: NAMUH by Amelia Chong; Disappearing Act by Adele Goh (in collaboration with Germaine Cheng); and DBL.TAP by Edwin Wee and Rachel Lum.

ArtsEquator goes behind the scenes with the artists to unpack the meanings of the names of these bold, energetic and dynamic works.

DiverCity takes place on 3 and 4 July at the Esplanade Annexe Studio.

Video produced by ArtsEquator Ltd. Music edited by Rachel Lum.


DiverCity takes place on 3 – 4 July at the Esplanade Annexe Studio. More information here.

This article is sponsored by M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival.

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