Supporting dance artists to research and develop performance ideas.
Below is a list of the artists who will be taking part in Choreodrome 2018 and an outline of their creative projects:
Diving into personal archive to recreate and reform personal history, an imagining of fantasy utopias.
Photo by Andy Ferreira
Darren Ellis Dance are continuing the development of their new science fiction based theatre and dance show Running World.
Photo by Nicole Gaurino
In collaboration with Nuria Legarda Andueza, we want to scrutinise risk and teeter on the sweet-spot between success and catastrophe.
Photo of Elionor by Elinor Lewis
Photo of Nuria by Adam Gregor
Frauke and Daniel are disgusting face sitting neurodivergency and having kids.
Gracefool will be developing their new work around the themes of tradition, ritual and convention.
Photo by Maria Alzamora
Making initial explorations into the idea of 'keeping the outside outside'.
Photo by Danilo Moroni
We will fall in love and be frightened and cry from the smallest stimulus. The sound and light will be created to celebrate this sensitivity like a virtue.
Photo by Jenni Jenni Pystynen
Elephant in the room is a dance-theatre solo show created and performed by Lanre, exploring themes of mental illness from a male perspective.
Photo by Greg Veit
The evolution of cancer cells, the experience of illness, the weirdness of having a body.
Photo by Danilo Moroni
It all started with a question: 'how can we create a space for the audience to listen?'
Photo by Gilles Aguilar
Pierre & Baby's continued exploration into the superficial swipe culture and its effects on modern relationships.
Photo by Yasmeen Mo
I am really excited to start work on a new classical Bharatanatyam solo for the brilliant young dancer, Christopher Gurusamy.
Photo by Peter Schiazza
A confusing survival game structured around an impossible yet urgent question: Who is Andrea, and, if yes, how many?
Photo by Pavel Grachev
Sonia Sabri Company and Peut-Etre will be developing Same Same But Different, a family dance show using Kathak, contemporary dance theatre and physical storytelling to explore the theme of difference.
Queer Lab: new intermedial ideas, approaches, and works led by choreographers, designers, composers
Image drawn by Tim Spooner
Building on his recent work Vestige, Wayne will begin work on a new dance-theatre crime fiction.
Photo by Nicole Guarino
Contemporary dance and classical acting meet to tell a story of revenge, love & cultural otherness.
Photo by Mickael Marso Riviere
I research perspectives similar to that of Gulliver’s Travels, exploring people from near and far with an unrealistic, irrational point of view; concentrating on stereotypes, symbolisms, distractions and contradictions between what is seen and what is heard.