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Meditations - presented by In Source Theatre

Meditations - a meditative and reflective dance drama presented by In Source Theatre under the artistic direction of Low Yuen Wei - will take place at The Substation's Guinness Theatre on 29 & 30 July 2003 at 8.45pm. Chan Yi Wen, Xann Tay Sim Lay and Low Yuen Wei will provide the creative collaboration.

Meditations is anything but slow and plodding. When one reflects and meditates, one is highly alert and alive, one is bursting with great energy. With their energetic movements C a combination of martial arts, Tai Chi and modern dance C the dancers enter a surreal realm of radical confrontation, stirring ritual and reflection.

The highlight of Meditations is the drawing of a 3-metre-wide mandala (a circular meditative design). It is found in cultures around the world, from the whirling dance of Sufi monks in Dervish monasteries to the stained glasswork found in cathedrals in Europe.

As an art form, the late psychoanalyst Carl Jung believed it to be part of the individuation process. In Tibetan Buddhism, it supposedly aids concentration and meditation. And in the play, it is a metaphor for daily reflection.

Tickets at $20, $10 (concession) are available from The Substation or at the door. Online booking: www.insourcetheatre.com Telephone booking: 9877-0006.

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