It doesn't feel very long ago that I was doing the R&D for this piece at The Place. Now it is just a week to our premiere of Binary on Friday 20th January as part of Resolution2017. It has been fantastic working with such a talented group of performers, all of them offering something unique to the process. It has also been great working with Jamie Forth and Kitty Hinchcliffe who, although coming later on in the project, are both contributing something crucial to the work.
I am delighted to announce that my new piece, Binary, will premier at the Robin Howard Dance Theatre at The Place on 20th January 2017 as part of Resolution. Two other pieces will be performed on the night, a quartet choreographed by Ed Mitton and a duet by Edit Domoszlai. Binary is made for seven dancers and is an exploration of digital technology and how we interact with it. I am very excited to be working with a fantastic team of dancers and to be embarking on a period o
I was fortunate enough to receive two weeks of R&D time at The Place London this summer to work on a new piece. Binary (working title), is a piece I have wanted to make for some time and I feel that it is perhaps an antidote to all my research into defunct and disappearing technologies. Digital technology permeates all that we and has become an essential tool. I am interested in applying perhaps the same question I asked when working with analogue technology which is 'how doe
A year ago today we premiered Projected at the Robin Howard Dance Theatre. A journey which has both fed into and inspired my interest in film (particularly the celluloid image) and the offfered the chance to work closely with design. Projected has been the starting point for a new area of exploration, since the piece was first performed I have begun a collaboration with Rowan de Freitas, a fine artist with a passion for residual media, and, with the support of Choreodrome a