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Drowning is a contemporary dance piece, which evolved around the subject of marine pollution. Dancers, a musician and a visual artist are exploring multiple dimension of the problem, creating an atmosphere which encourages proactivity.
Greta Gauhe founded The Follow Through Collective & Co. 2015 in London. The Collective collaborates with artists from different backgrounds in order to constantly shift perspectives on the arts and to create powerful, meaningful works of contemporary dance. The Collective performed at many festivals, including Emerge Festival, Camden Fringe Festival, the City of London Festival and the Nah Dran Festival in Berlin. They also presented works at the University of the Arts in Berlin, Tanzspeicher in Würzburg and at the Bonnie Bird Theatre in London.
'Impressive choreography, that caught my attention immediately.'
- P.Braun, University of the Arts Berlin
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An exploration of migration and identity inspired by the personal stories of the dancers. This intergenerational piece investigates how each of us sees the world differently. Choreographed by Artisitic Director and Choreographer of Counterpoint Dance Company, Simona Scotto.
The Mad Scene from the ballet Giselle reimagined as a group piece. A mix of contemporary dance and everyday gestures exploring lies, loss and betrayal.
Milica (Mil) Vukovic Smart is a London-based dance artist, writer and choreographer, trained in ballet, contemporary and somatic techniques. Born in Serbia (Former Yugoslavia), Mil holds a BA in Philosophy from Belgrade University, an MA in Modern European Philosophy from Middlesex University, and an MRes in Choreography and Performance from Roehampton University. Mil’s practice is focused on developing theatre-based and site-specific works that create a mood at the intersection of dance, performance and visual art. Her current research is concentrated on the use of madness in opera and ballet and the notions of lie and truth, inside and out.
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Venue: at The Place