// EXpose

EXpose continues Artistic Director Alvin Erasga Tolentino’s explorations within, and expands on the knowledge and understanding of dance in a global perspective. Working throughout Asia, North America, and Europe, Tolentino has witnessed and experienced culturally diverse dance practices that continue to inspire contemporary artists worldwide. This new creation with Martin Inthamoussú directs that experience into the dance milieu and aesthetics of South America. Martin is a dynamic force in the renovation of Uruguayan contemporary dance. He is renowned for provocative socio-political dance explorations. For Inthamoussú, “choreographic creation is a reflection on a human theme – a conscious and visceral synthesis.”

Tolentino and Inthamoussú share common interests; their devotion to performing solo works and their understanding of dance as a mechanism for creative personal expression rooted from the struggles and experience of gay life. EXpose features the two outstanding dancers’ duets, exploring the gay cultures, issues and themes relevant to their lives and survival.

The artists explore their collective experiences, beliefs and principles to create a unique theatrical and physical dialogue, resulting in an evocative choreographic landscape mapped from two distinct choreographic visions. This collaborative piece focuses on identity crisis, gender, discrimination, isolation, displacement, sex and acceptance.


CHOREOGRAPHY: Alvin Erasga Tolentino & Martin Inthamoussú
DANCERS: Alvin Erasga Tolentino & Martin Inthamoussú




Photo Credits: Chris Randle and Anne Schaussat

Co.ERASGA is Registered as Company Erasga Dance Society. Charitable registration number: 894061514 RR0001

Co.ERASGA acknowledges that our artistic programming and community work takes place on occupied and unceded ancestral, traditional territories of the Coast Salish people of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. We are very grateful to live, work and share on these lands.

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