Wed 24 Jan

Emma Stanworth and Company / Natalie Sloth Richter / Anna Katharine Dance

Resolution 2018

£16 (£12 concessions)

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Emma Stanworth and Company

‘On the floor I am more at ease’. Step into the world of Jackson Pollock. Two dancers negotiate their way through space, while drawing on the qualitative and performative features of Pollock’s work.

Emma Stanworth is working with Tali F Bowers and Leo Meredith, to create a duet, based on the work and practices of Jackson Pollock.

Emma has recently graduated from Trinity Laban, and is currently working on her own projects, as well as collaborating with other artists. She is excited to be presenting Quinque at Resolution 2018, and looks forward to the future prospects of the company.

Natalie Sloth Richter

Through a series of crooked characters, we present to you Spektakel. Existing between the melodramatic and the absurd, the piece is a warm celebration of the imaginative and the playful.

Natalie Sloth Richter is a London-based dance artist and choreographer, who graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance in 2015.

​Natalie has been teaching, performing and presenting own work in countries like USA, Sri Lanka, Italy, Belgium, Spain and Denmark, always placing a big importance on inclusivity, participation and cultural exchange within her practice.

Poetic and playful, her work explores our relationship to those around us, looking at what connects us.

“Void of any sense of pretence, and soft an imaginative in its movements, the piece touched deeply on the human experience.” - Katja Rosenberg, Art Catcher, about ‘Bedtime Stories’ (2017)

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Anna Katharine Dance
Common Ground

Swept up by a maelstrom of clutter, eight dancers search for authentic connection and explore the space of common ground.

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

Resolution 2018

The UK’s biggest dance festival for emerging artists is back for its 29th year.