This experiment looks to re-think what the somewhat problematic notion of repair might mean for dance artists working within a virological economy. Ecologically and politically, the idea of repair is fraught with contradiction. It assumes that one can patch up or reassemble a world or set of values that have been harmed or damaged, in some sense or form. But why would one be interested in reviving a condition or resuscitating a situation that may well Read More
Newground is a physical project that invites ongoing encounter between humans, plants and the ground itself. A new commons; the ground as a shared medium, a place in which to explore the emergence of movement, play and touch with others, elements, plants and materials. Newground is a prepared medium in which the proposal is to explore ways to land and be together. Early on, artist Jacques Nimki was invited to collaborate on this project, to research Read More
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The Pneûma Project is a collaboration between dance artist Miranda Tufnell, visual artist David Ward and musician Sylvia Hallett with myself and dance artists Eeva- Maria Mutka and Cai Tomos, and musician Jonah Brody. The Pneûma Project is centred on the breath, on wind and spirit. More information:http://www.mirandatufnell.co.uk/pnemu.html I am delighted to be involved in this iteration of the work and to perform in Miranda’s work again for the first time since 1993! We began in Read More
RESIDENTIAL MOVEMENT WORKSHOP 11-14 June 2020 Llanaelheaern, Llyn Penninsula, Wales/Cymru ’There’s nothing more innovative, nothing more present, subtle, technical and artificial…nothing more creative, nothing more contemporary than to negotiate landing on some ground.’ (Bruno Latour- Down to Earth. 2018) It is 25 years since Locator began on the Llyn penninsula, so this year we return to the scene and landscapes of north Llyn to locate ourselves where this all began, as a way to orient to where Read More
A Micro-Festival for Everybody 13-15 September 2019. Abercych, the rivers Cych, Dulais and Teifi. Building on the success of past Maynard festivals, AfON celebrated the river, its confluences, its wider connections and fluid presence in the village of Abercych in the lower Teifi valley. Located performance, dance, film, wild swimming and workshops provided a platform for contemplation and activity around the ways that our rivers shape lives, bodies and identities. If a rivers movement and its Read More