Here are a few summarizing thoughts about that R & D and the piece’s future evolution: 1) This burgeoning piece feels like a physical return to basics. 2) There’s a connection with Mythology 3) One recurring theme is Re-Transformation 4) […]
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Here’s Week 8: It was the last week of this R&D process. And I approached the rehearsal with mixed feelings. There was excitement. There was a bit of sadness. There was a lot of frustration. And there was some relief […]
Here’s Week 3 I started to move towards an unknown territory. Played with gestures, my hands and knees while asking myself more questions about the process, the ecstactic feeling I got from moving, the fine line between authentic movement […]
Can my socially engaged method of working usefully engage with my local community, artists and organisations?
Reflections on the RESEARCH part of my R&D project, funded by Arts Council England over 2019.
Puri is a sacred Hindu city in the state of Odisha, on the eastern coast of India. Formerly part of Bengal, the state has its own language and keeps alive many traditional crafts and skills. The first few days […]
It’s been a few days since I came back from Svalbard and I had a chance to gather some thoughts. As my first residency (yes, I haven’t mentioned that, have I?) and such an intense one at that, this experience […]
Venue:Royal Festival Hall Level 3 Function Room, Level 3, Blue side, Royal Festival Hall
Date:October 07, 2017 at 01:00 PM
I’ve just put in a request for unpaid leave in work and for some reason, it has made me feel incredibly apprehensive. Like most artists, I’ve been struggling with the age old ‘time and money’ dilemma and not quite knowing […]
Residencies are as diverse as the practitioners, organisations and environments that host them. From fee paying to sponsored, rural to urban and global to local. They provide a matrix for investigation, invention and exploration (at best) and at worst they […]