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Open Choreography Performance Evening at Siobhan Davies Dance

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Time 19:30
Date 28/04/18
Price £10.62

Open Choreography Performance Evenings are all about presenting works at various stages of their creativity. Tonight will feature works from Marina Collard, Janine Harrington & The Uncollective.

Works being presented are new, in-process or evolving. You are invited to enjoy performances, hear about the artistic processes and share your own impressions with the artists.

Marina Collard
Marina is a choreographer and performer interested in collaborating with artists from different disciplines. Her creative partnership with filmmaker Tom Paine has informed her choreographic practice. Together they have made works for theatre and gallery settings in the UK and abroad. With composer Paul Newland, she has made And so it Goes On and a multidisciplinary performance What this is, is… Other collaborative projects include Ether with Graham Fitkin at the Southbank, The body in and as Space with Kate Johnson, a Tripspace commission in collaboration with The Hayward Gallery. Marina is collaborating with Henrietta Hale on the making of Clean Dream – Dream Clean.

Janine Harrington
Janine Harrington is a choreographer, performer, artist and writer. She explores the changing relationships between an audience and a work within live encounters, questioning the roles of performers and audience members. Janine delivers work within SDD’s Youth Programme co-choreographing LAND with young people for Big Dance 2012, and shaping professional development for youth dance leaders through our Interchange days.

The Uncollective
The Uncollective is Eve Stainton and Michael Kitchin whose work inhabits a space between dance, choreography live art and queerness. Their aim is to create experimental work that acknowledges contemporary queer politics, whilst projecting to alternative future prospects. Their practice is driven by collaboration and working with cross disciplinary methods in order to challenge the possibilities of performance. The Uncollective aims to develop a space where politics can engage with and provoke discussion around curation, instinct, aesthetics and desire.