ii (too) – 3 mai . 19h30
Shelley Parker – Live sound set working from original music for i ride in colour and soft focus, no longer anywhere
Shelley Parker has performed live and played DJ sets in the UK and internationally at venues spanning the Whitechapel Gallery, Turner Contemporary and Tate Britain. Her music productions have been released on various labels including: Houndstooth, Opal Tapes and her own label Structure. In 2017 she composed the music for the theatre production of Remnants premiered at The Print Room with previous performances taking place at the Marion Goodman gallery and Oxford Contemporary Music. In addition she has created several sound installations including commissions for the V & A and De la Warr Pavilion.
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Pilgrim is a physical journey through the mystical sound scores created by Electronic Musician James Holden. It is a reminder of the ancient and enduring kinship between dance and music and the deeply transformative qualities of both. The work is haunted by remnants of English folk heritage and pagan sensibilities shifting between hypnotic and euphoric states. Lucy’s physical vocabulary is irreverent and eclectic; she guides us through minimal sophistication towards Acid House and arduous repetition, resulting in a variety of perceptual and physical shifts. Coaxed along by Holden’s beguiling and epic rhythms she is constantly questioning and reminding us of why we dance.
Choreography and Performance Lucy Suggate
Music by James Holden
Supported using Arts Council England and British Council International development Fund. Original production By Marta Olveres, Sonia Gomez and Lucy Suggate, Modul Dance Residency, GRANER, Festival TNT Terassa, Mercat De les flor, Festival Sonar, Bora Bora, Border Community, Nottdance 15.
Lucy Suggate is a dance artist and choreographer based in the UK. Making working since 2003 she is recognised for her articulate and engaging solo performances as well as choreographic installations inspired by aspects ofsynchronicity and cooperation. Her movement practice is an ongoing inquiry into the perceptual and physical expansion that occurs when engaged in longterm moving and thinking. A lot of her current focus is around occupying spaces to practice in, investigating artistic extinction as feasible response to sustainability and revisioning future dance spaces as dynamic and flexible operations.
iii (threee) – 10 mai . 19h30
Last Yearz Interesting Negro – Love Songs
Fernanda Muñoz – Newsome
Junior XL – Live sound set
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