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Separated by distance, how might we still feel our bodies meet, or even merge? Es Morgan's film moves through breath-like cycles in a continuous loop, interweaving textured poetry with movement.
Watch the work from Thu 24 Jun at 4pm (BST) - Thu 8 Jul, 10pm (BST).
Duration: Approx. 35 minutes when played in full; the work is conceived as a loop with no start or end.
Age Recommendation: 12+
Instructions: The work is best experienced with headphones.
Accessibility: The film is audio described and captioned.
Co-commissioned by The Place & Wellcome Collection.
Made with support from Dance4 and Chisenhale Dance Space.
to feel something tipping, under and towards you will be available to watch online from Thu 24 Jun, 4pm (BST) - Thu 8 Jul, 10pm (BST).
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Performance, Writing and Choreography: Es Morgan
Cinematography and Editing: Eleanor Sikorski
Set Design: Tristan Albrecht
Music and Sound Design: Wordcolour
Lighting Design and Location Audio Recording: Mike Picknett
Costume Design: Carlota Rossello
Producing and Technical Support: Mitchell Sowden
Technical Assistance: Kate Stonestreet and Lewys Holt
Audio Description: Read by Eleanor Sikorski, written with Es Morgan. Support from Quiplash.
Captions: Written by Es Morgan, Eleanor Sikorski and Wordcolour. Support from Collective Text with Joseph Dunn and Melissa Toner.
Special thanks to: Outside Eyes: Charlie Ashwell and Joseph Morgan Schofield.
Es Morgan (they/them) is an artist, performer, and producer from East Yorkshire whose practices draw from diverse interests in dance, live art and writing. They make performances for theatres, clubs, galleries, screens and pages. These works emerge in response to an array of interests: transgender theory, post-work futures, poetry, tarot and far-left politics; funnelled through their shifting experiences of intimacy, desire and longing. Their work has been presented at, amongst others, The Place, The Yard Theatre, Nottdance, tanzhaus nrw, The Marlborough Theatre, Le fete du Slip (Lausanne), Vivid Projects (Birmingham), and Vogue Fabrics Dalston.
Times: Thu 24 Jun - Thu 8 Jul
Venue: at The Place