Sunday, 31 May 2009
Hope you are enjoying the sunny weekend!
I would like to tell you what I am up to at the moment.
I am involved in a huge production called Ukiyo, which has a work-in-progress performance at Brunel University, Uxbridge West London on Monday 1st June.
If you are interested, please let me know. I will give you more detailed information.
Thursday, 14 May 2009
I am fortunate to have this opportunity to develop my work in conjunction with a research into Feldenkrais Method and documentation on dance practice led by Thomas Kampe at London Metropolitan University.
I will be working with a cellist Ute Kanngiesser to create a music and dance improvisation piece.
Please come to our performance at the end of a week-long residency.
6.30pm, Fri 22nd May
London Metropolitan University,
166 – 220 Holloway Road,
London N7 8DB
Individual events: £5
Booking is essential as places are limited.
To book a place, please email <mailto:L.Hurn@londonmet.ac.uk>
Please see the below for more details on the research project.
I hope you are well and enjoying longer spring days!
Performance as Research at London Metropolitan University
RECORDING THE PERFORMANCE
Investigating performance and its documentation
An exciting series of performance as research events followed by chaired
discussions and refreshments.
3rd Performance WEAVE 6.30pm Friday 22nd May.
Thomas Kampe and collaborators
'Weave' is a research project which brings together contemporary dance
makers and somatic practitioners to investigate the use of the
Feldenkrais Method as a tool within choreographic practice. The project
led by Thomas Kampe, includes collaborations by Simonetta Allessandri,
Katsura Isobe, Victoria Worsley, Alenka Herman, Colin Poole, and
Five multi-disciplinary researchers and their collaborators explore ways
of effectively and creatively documenting their work. They will perform
their work for you. During the final event of the series the researchers
and the documenters will discuss their choices and share the documentation