“Don’t touch the artwork unless the artwork touches you,” Sydney Dance Company director, Rafael Bonachela, says with a smile.
With everyone naked, it was often hard to tell just who were the performers and who were the viewers. We were the art, too. We were both the watchers and the watched.
“We managed to make something really human and really powerful,” Rafael says of Nude Live. He also hopes they’ve managed to break a few barriers when it comes to letting go of our “hang-ups” around nudity.
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