Articles & Reviews

South Wales Argus / 4 May 2007

“The medium of dance theatre pushed all boundaries when Jasmin Vardimon’s Justitia was performed at Newport Riverfront last night.”

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The Argus / March 2009

“A captivating crime narrative lies at the core of Justitia, almost equal parts theatre and dance. Not so much a whodunnit, as a “how did it happen?”, the piece explored a man’s murder in his best friend’s home, apparently perpetrated by the latter’s wife.”

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In Conversation with Jasmin Vardimon, 2007

“Over the last ten years I have been watching Jasmin’s works grow from their beginnings as intense duets and trios to their present incarnations as large ensemble works, the latest production being Justitia – located in and around a courtroom.”

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The Chaos of Probabilities, 2009

“Jasmin Vardimon’s works belong to this hybrid kind of performance in which the genres lose their importance. Theatre, dance, text and new media make up a colorful mosaic. Justitia epitomizes all the elements which persistently return in Vardimon’s works, supreme above them the body, which exposes and at the same time celebrates.”

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