Meet RAW Moves Artistic Director Ricky Sim and other leading Artistic Directors as they dance through the hallways of Goodman Arts Centre. Come hear their words and watch their movements, opening a window into the richness of the human soul and of our local dance community.
Watch it here: https://youtu.be/vx2ATVtsmhc
A call with no one on the other line.
An accidental call you didn’t mean to make.
Wrongly addressed letters.
Ghost Call explores the idea behind one-sided communication and its effects on a person. With technology making it so easy for humans to connect, what does it mean when that connection is broken?
A collaboration between playwright Nabilah Said and RAW Moves Artistic Director Ricky Sim, Ghost Call is an experiment exploring the intersection between movement, text and the raw emotional connection with the audience.
As part of Media Literacy Council’s Better Internet Campaign 2021, Ghost Call is a short film that reflects on online falsehoods.
View the Educational Kit for more fun activities and insights into online falsehoods.
In this digital iteration, Matthew Goh teams up with VizioFly to create a minimalistic representation of XITY through an Augmented Reality application fusing movement, sound and visual animation. It comprises a 3D object with interactive points for viewers to participate in the self-discovery of the living environment through an audio geometry experience.
XITY AR App can be downloaded via the following:
18 January 2021
Where It Ends, We Begin is a creative Movement Parent-child workshop for children aged 5 to 12 years old, facilitated by Wong Wai Yee. This inclusive workshop celebrates and welcomes children with different learning abilities and conditions. Exploring movement concepts, words and texts inspired by poems from Where The Sidewalk Ends written by Shei Silverstein!
On 26 Jan 2019, RAW Moves celebrated Light to Night Festival – Traces and Echos of Our Past, at ACM. In BOUND (excerpts), the artists of RAW Moves, inspired by the humble rubber band and memories of “zero point”, pulled and pushed boundaries within themselves.
Remembering presented by RAW Moves & A Little RAW Company, saw our young performers dance through a kaleidoscopic timeline, capturing a tableau of events and years through movement. We had the honour of having Senior Minister of State Ms Sim Ann with us.