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image by Niels Plotard
image by Niels Plotard

“…there is the dancing body of Khoo himself, expressing ambiguous desire as he puts it, the need to be love and to transcend the mundane. Embedded in these dancing forms are distinct historical, cultural, religious, sexual and political layers and representation that produce different sets of relations and negotiations of power.”

Dr Ann R. David

(Gendered Orientalism) Paper published in Proceedings for 24th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group of Ethnochoreology Trest, Czech Republic, 2010