Tracing Invisible Identities- the process

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Body as A Context for Reconnections features in Nocturnal magazine

This issue of Nocturnal Magazine features an interview about the project Body as a Context for Reconnections presented in Bristol in September 2016 as part of Reconnecting Bristol exhibition by Paper Arts with the collaboration of dancers Silvia Carderelli-GronauHolly Thomas and artist Marcell Guly√°s,

Have a read!

 

http://www.joomag.com/magazine/nocturnal-issue-v/0330121001479919200?e=1&page=1&embedInfo=%3Bimage%2C%2F%2Fwww.joomag.com%2Fstatic%2Fflash%2Fgui%2Fthemes%2Fbackgrounds%2Fdarkblue.png%2Cfill

Tracing Invisible Identities

 

Tracing Invisible Identities investigates the relationship between the body and its inner and outer environments, as a negotiation between imagined and concrete landscapes in constant transformation.
The dancing body explores landmarks of the imagination, mapping the unravelling of a path through space that, accompanied by live projections, is constantly rearranged in relationship to an ‘inner journey’.

The audience is invited to enter the space and move as they wish for a few minutes and gradually find a place to sit on the floor as the lights fade out.

Friday the 15th of July , 21.10-21.40 pm.
Laurie Grove Studio 5, London SE14 6NH.
Performers: Rebecca Marta D’Andrea, Natalie Claire Ridge, Yuiming Wong.
Soundscape: originally composed by Daniel Cioccoloni.
Concept and choreography by Rebecca Marta D’Andrea.
This performance has been created as part of the final Independent Project of the MA in Creative Practice Dance Professional Pathway that I am currently studying at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Independent Dance and Siobhan Davies Dance with the support of a Gill Clarke Bursary.

It will be presented as part of the Graduate Showcase 2016. More details about the overall event can be found following this link: http://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/whats-on/dance-events/graduate-school-showcase-2

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