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Collapsed to the ground and partially covered with snow, his body contorts as if rigor mortis had already set in.
In a nutshell: Nobody flies, contorts or juggles better.
A self-proclaimed appropriationist, Grotjahn absorbs and then contorts discrete breeds of modern representation culled from sources high and low--ultimately performing a roguish redistribution rather than a "deconstruction.
RAGING flames engulf his body, searing pain contorts his face.
Richard Vasquez, aka Steelo, contorts his body to the beat as his fellow dancers watch in ``Groovaloo'' at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank.
Bearing on sixteen 20m deep piles, a concrete raft folds, contorts and extends around the kitchen and living room as a series of fully expressed shear walls and slabs.