14 Years manufacturer 32”rubber glove-cotton linning to Sri Lanka Manufacturers

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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.


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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.

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    2013 WDA-Americas Conference & Festival
    Vancouver, BC
    July 29-Aug 4, 2013

    “Straddling Trio”
    Performers and Spontaneous Choreography: Sarah Gamblin, Nina Martin, & Andrew Wass

    Straddling Trio is the result of many years of interrogating, practicing and performing spontaneous dance choreography, though not always simultaneously. Nina Martin, Andrew Wass and Sarah Gamblin perform this ten minute dance using the practice of Ensemble Thinking along with the dialogue of their individual emergent improvisational practices.

    SARAH GAMBLIN, Associate Professor, was a member of Bebe Miller Company from 1993-2000 and Bill Young and Dancers from 1996-99 with whom she toured various cities in South Africa, Portugal, Poland, St. Petersburg, Russia, Estonia, Peru and Venezuela as well as numerous cities in the US. In 2000 Sarah moved to Seattle to earn her MFA in Dance from the University of Washington. There she performed with the Chamber Dance Company, Rob Kitsos, Lingo dancetheater and Amii Le Gendre. Gamblin joined the dance faculty at Texas Woman’s University in 2002 where she teaches ballet and modern technique, composition, choreography, improvisation experiential anatomy and in 2006 founded Dance Lab, a student performing group devoted to improvisation in the dance making process and performance. Her choreography has been produced in Texas at the Fort Worth Dance Festival, the Out of the Loop Festival, Texas Woman’s University, Seattle Festival of Dance and Improvisation, Bates Dance Festival, the Greater Denton Arts Council, Dan’s Silver Leaf and Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio. Sarah’s work has also been produced in Washington at the University of Washington, The Northwest New Works Festival at On the Boards and in New York City at Hundred Grand and Dia Center for the Arts.

    NINA MARTIN¹s choreographic works and master teaching has been presented in New York City; the US; and abroad; including Russia, Austria, Ireland, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Venezuela, Mexico, and Japan. Performance credits include David Gordon Pick-Up Company, Mary Overlie, Deborah Hay, Martha Clarke, and Simone Forti, among others. Martin has received funding for her work from the National Endowment for the Arts through six choreography fellowships, New York State Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, Joyce-Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Meet the Composer/ Choreographer Grant, Texas Commission on the Arts, and others. Martin continues to teach and tour with Lower Left internationally, cultivate a dance community interested in collaborative inquiry, and as of Fall 2008, she joins the dance faculty at Texas Christian University as Assistant Professor.

    After graduating from University of California, San Diego with a degree in Biochemistry in 1997, ANDREW WASS replaced the chem lab with the dance studio. His performances have been shown in San Diego, LA, San Francisco, Marfa, Tijuana, and New York. Vital to his development have been his work with Lower Left, the phrase The content lies in the structure (Impro:110), and combining the methods learned in the lab with performative practices. Living in Berlin since 2009, he has been curating the On The Wall dance film festival at ada Studio & Bühne. Recently he completed his MA in Solo/Dance/Authorship at the Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum für Tanz in Berlin. www.wasswasswass.com, www.nonfictionperformance.org, & www.lowerleft.org

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