Selection of Works
Starting as a duet for two dancers, string quartet and live electronics and interactive lighting, Spun Through Shadows grew into an immersive cross-arts event that toured a number of venues, culminating in two sold out evenings at the Royal Academy of Arts
In a piece inspired by Cubism and In a piece inspired by Cubism and Relativity, two dancers fragment their relationship with their own body, and forge a shared connection in a new and ever-shifting state.,
I(m)Print In Time consists ofa playful tussle between dancer and musician, their control of the tempo and rhythms and ultimately each other's performance.
Arlecchino invites the audience into an intimate moment backstage, usually obscured from sight, when actor evolves from themselves into their character, becoming Harlequin.
In an intimate conversation between two bodies, Dioscuri examines ways to feel total synergy with another being. Only through connection can we appreciate separation.
A fresh take on the iconic work by Martha Graham, Appalachian Spring was commissioned by Ensemble Lumiere.
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