•• TheHUNTED ••

1 September 2018

TheHUNTED portrays the embodiment and exposure of one’s inner animal.

The way the human mind works in correlation with the body is a particular driving force behind the creation of this piece. It is assumed that the way in which humans react to situations they find themselves in is usually that stemming from a conscious decision made out of an assessment of the situation in hand.

This differs from animals that react subconsciously using their instincts, something that is instilled within them from birth. However, we wanted to explore, through movement, the effects of humans embodying the characteristics of animals and acting in the same instinctive way.

Amber Gibney is a performing arts student at the University of Cumbria.

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