Dam Van Huynh, In Realness, Rich Mix

  • Review
  • Writing about dance, August 2022
  • By Nicholas Minns & Caterina Albano

“The voice is a physical organ that sits somewhere between mind and body; Van Huynh choreographs for both with such force that Petrolo’s performance is exhausting and uplifting at the same time (…)”

Raw and fearless: Dam Van Huynh’s In Realness

  • Review
  • Seeing Dance, May 2022
  • By Alexandra Gray

“An exploration of resistance, queer sexuality, and gender politics performed with impressive range and energy by Tommaso Petrolo”

In Realness by Van Huynh Company | review

  • Review
  • Dance Art Journal, May 2022
  • By Sunhi Keller

“A solo performed by Tommaso Petrolo and choreographed by Dam Van Huynh, a highly captivating, emotional and explicit work that challenges how we situate ourselves within(out) our society.”

Vietnamese choreographer Dam Van Huynh talks about his new work In Realness

  • Interview
  • Run Riot, May 2022
  • By Grace Nicol

“As a queer Vietnamese artist, I began the work commenting on gender politics and sexuality but as the work developed it became a larger symbol for inequality experienced by many other groups. I reflected further upon this with the understanding that gathering voices through the piece is to acknowledge the importance of strength in unity when faced with inequality.”

I watched three days of nudity at the Edinburgh fringe – this is what I learned

  • Feature
  • Guardian, August 2018
  • By Hannah Jane Parkinson

“throughout Dep, I am on the edge of my seat.”