Fri 20 Jan

Anders Duckworth / Edd Mitton/ Edit Domoszlai

Resolution 2017

£15 (£11 concessions)

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Anders Duckworth

Binary explores the ‘digital’, a medium with apparently no limitations, yet constructed by just 1s and 0s. Seven performers are put to the test, can they make the computer more like them?

Anders is a British/Swedish, London based, choreographer and visual artist.  He  is concerned with themes of identity, temporality and the border zones in works which also bleed the boundaries between art forms. 


Edd Mitton

In an infinite space, suspended on currents of air, dancers glide, shift, swirl and spiral in a soothing and mesmeric evocation of the world above the clouds.

Edd has had a varied career as a dancer, working with New Adventures, Darren Ellis Dance, Javier de Frutos and Yorke Dance Project, among others. He has movement directed for theatre companies Dumbshow and The Wrong Crowd, and has choreographed for youth dance groups and students at the London Studio Centre, as well as pursuing his own independent projects.This is Edd’s first time at Resolution.

Thanks to Yorke Dance Project for making the R&D phase of this work possible.


Edit Domoszlai
Competitive Plasticity

Brain: Factory of dreams /Electrochemical Stew / Neverending buzz. If exercised appropriately the brain can adapt and change. Let’s take a look at this competitive plasticity.

“Out of the Rambert dancers’ choreographies a stand-out piece was Domoszlai’s Competitive Plasticity. It simply had the “wow-factor”. Her very individual vocabulary combined with an equally unusual score made for a highly compelling throughout. - Deborah Weiss, Dance Europe

“ Domoszlai’s first work for Rambert, it arrives fully formed, showing a sure sense of theatre and a distinctive, personal voice.” - Zoe Anderson , The Independent


This piece plays with the idea of how our mind functions – from generating thoughts and transmitting messages to the internal battle we have with our subconscious mind. Competitive plasticity refers to fact that the brain is adaptive — it self-organizes, meaning that if exercised appropriately it can adapt and change depending on individual needs.

Competitive Plasticity was shown first on the Evening of New Choreography in December 2015 at Rambert. It got selected to participate in the International Choreography Competition in June, 2016 in Hanover, Germany.

Music: Lajos Szabo Sebestyen


Times: 8pm
Duration: 0 mins
Venue: at The Place

Resolution 2017

The UK’s biggest dance festival for emerging artists is back for its 28th year.