Wilditch Community Centre | 19 May 2017 | Part of the Wandsworth Fringe Festival
Choreography by Helen Cox, Jayne Port, Feet off the Ground Dance and Lucidez Dance and photography exhibition curated and co-created by Elisabeth Schilling
Photography by Liz Gorman
Regardless of whether you have an interest in contemporary dance or not, there is something to be found for everyone.
The evening embraced a wide selection of disciplines – some rooted in centuries-old ideas – but all brimming with ideas and artistic intention. […] I think it’s fair to say that it [the Q&A session] was very enlightening for all concerned.
Pibroch Tales by Jayne Port
Tonight we present for you extracts from the Kilberry book of Ceol Mor: Three tales in several parts, told assisted and inspired by Pibroch. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the tales or their relationship with the truth.
double pendulum by Helen Cox
When two pendulums connect the movement becomes complex and uncertain. Acting as a metaphor for the interdependent relationships we have with people close in our lives, we find that the stronger the connection, the greater the complexity. In double pendulum we see two people push, pull, flourish and falter, but never stop.
Living with Sin by Lucidez Dance
Living with Sin asks how Eve’s original sin has affected womanhood throughout history. In how far may ancestors’ experiences of culture and religion affect subsequent generations? One woman embodies womanhood throughout the ages. In her, all experiences are united.
The Way They Were Then by Feet off the Ground Dance
The Way They Were Then is an idiosyncratic and stirring work inspired by ‘Mujeres’ – Eduardo Galeano’s collection of short stories about women. Executed in three distinct episodes and driven by live multi-instrumentalist Alex Paton’s rousing music, this piece conjures up mini worlds, taking the audience on a unique journey.
Stadtkörper – photography exhibition curated and co-created by Elisabeth Schilling
The exhibition STADTKÖRPER is a collaborative project between a dancer and photographers. Created in 2013, the work took inspiration in the architectural city scape of the Berlin of today. Dance, an artform of the presence unites with the still image of photography; thus atmospheres, expressions, shapes and impressions are being captured.
With many thanks to Nick Herman, Liz Gorman, Inês Neto Dos Santos, Cath Mattos, Lelia Greci, Bruce Murdoch, Chantal Guevara, Lise Uytterhoeven, Rolli Schweigert, Georgia and Savvas Skaliontas, Claudia Maluenda and Marcus Schweigert, and all our Crowdfunder contributors.