Abraham’s ‘Dearest Home’: We are feeling it

‘What unites the movement is a kind of sleek sobriety. The major trio (for Neal, Baker and Shiau) suggests sexual ambiguity and arrives in the middle of the piece. The sense of longing for what you can’t have pervades the whole work. Abraham excels at ambiguity of gesture; a pulled arm can mean desperation or rejection, and for much of the work, emotional response on the part of the other seems unstable.’

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