Sat 20 Jan

Hannah Cameron Dance / Lewis Cooke / Pierre & Baby

Resolution 2018

£16 (£12 concessions)

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Hannah Cameron Dance
Brace Leash Pack

Have you ever felt part of a movement? Set to live electronic sound and peppered with images of clubbing and protest, Brace Leash Pack examines the human experience of coming together.

The movement language draws upon out physical research into the concept of 'being moved'. Sometimes swept up, sometimes driving forces in their own right, the performers discover that there is potency in the collective. 

Hannah Cameron is a contemporary dance artist based in London. Alongside performing and teaching, she has choreographed work for the Trinity Laban Adult Performance Project and 'Lift' youth group with pieces performed at the Horniman Museum. She has worked creatively on a number of short films including Michaël Boucherie's One Shot and How They Never Met Themselves, which she choreographed for Ron Arad's Curtain Call at the Roundhouse. 

Dancers: Marcus Alessandrini, Melanie Clark, Becky Horne, Sophie Tellings
Musician: Simone Sistarelli 
Costume Design: Sophie Donaldson

With thanks to: Sarah Golding, Glynn Egerton-Read, Viva Foster, Louisa Borg-Costanzi & Alicia Clarke.

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Lewis Cooke
A time when all lights must be hidden

A physical and mental exploration of schizophrenia, looking into how this misunderstood mental illness can affect a human being.

Positive, negative and cognitive are the three main symptoms and focus points of this solo. 

The solo was made as part of Alleyne Dance UK intensive week where Lewis was an intern. This piece was also performed for two nights in the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler Well’s.

With thanks to Trinity School, Yemisi Blake and Alleyne Dance for their on going support

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Pierre & Baby

Reflecting on dark situations that arise from the superficiality of dating apps. Peter and Luke explore the unhealthy obsession with image, seemingly so present in today’s culture.

UK based dance artists Peter Babbage and Luke Bafico present their first collaboration, bringing their influences of training from Berlin and London to premiere this piece for Resolution 2018. Touching on queer experiences, achilles unravels modern attitudes toward online dating apps, reflecting the instantaneous nature of social media and the damaging affects the need for instant gratification can have on our emotional well-being. Pierre & Baby combine both dance and digital projection to reflect this unhealthy obsession towards body image that has become so commonplace.

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.