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April 6, 2005 | Victoria Looseleaf, Special to The Times
Aaron Jungels, 42, is describing being sandwiched between two beds of nails as a block of wood is karate-chopped on the upper layer. "The first time I did it, it was a little prickly," he says. "But I'm pretty used to it now." "Because there are so many nails," his mother says, "the body weight is distributed evenly, so it doesn't hurt. If it was just one nail, it would go through him." No, Jungels is neither a South Asian mystic nor an old-school magician.
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April 8, 2005 | Lewis Segal, Times Staff Writer
A fascination with objects and the way they move dominates "The Science Project," a 50-minute cavalcade of effects and ideas presented Wednesday by Rhode Island's Everett Dance Theatre in the first of three performances at the Skirball Cultural Center. Indeed, human movement looks decidedly loose, ragged and imprecise compared with the efficient, reliable actions of spheres, pulleys and pendulums set in motion by the four-member cast.
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April 8, 2005 | Lewis Segal, Times Staff Writer
A fascination with objects and the way they move dominates "The Science Project," a 50-minute cavalcade of effects and ideas presented Wednesday by Rhode Island's Everett Dance Theatre in the first of three performances at the Skirball Cultural Center. Indeed, human movement looks decidedly loose, ragged and imprecise compared with the efficient, reliable actions of spheres, pulleys and pendulums set in motion by the four-member cast.
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April 6, 2005 | Victoria Looseleaf, Special to The Times
Aaron Jungels, 42, is describing being sandwiched between two beds of nails as a block of wood is karate-chopped on the upper layer. "The first time I did it, it was a little prickly," he says. "But I'm pretty used to it now." "Because there are so many nails," his mother says, "the body weight is distributed evenly, so it doesn't hurt. If it was just one nail, it would go through him." No, Jungels is neither a South Asian mystic nor an old-school magician.
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