Performing in Interactions of the Abstract Body by Josiah McElheny, curated by Susan Sentler at the Hayward Gallery, as part of SPACE SHIFTERS - a major thematic exhibition that features artworks by over 20 international artists that alter or disrupt our sense of space and re-orient our understanding of our surroundings in ways that are by turns subtle and dramatic.
Various times | 26 September 2018 - 6 January 2019
Stepping into A Masing productions world on their latest work LAND SKAP VOL 2. as performer and co-choreographer support.
Performing on 31st August as part of HAUT FESTIVAL :
A Masing Productions is a duo formed by performance and dance artists Ingvild Isaksen and Masako Matsushita.
More on A Masing Productions : https://www.facebook.com/aMasIngproductions/
Performing in STACK by Janine Harrington, at Wilderness Festival 2018.
Programmed by Sadler's Wells.
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SALSAROSA is excited to take part in SÅNAFEST 2018, a beautiful festival in Hølen-Son in Norway.
We will be performing On Air and taking part in DO IT (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and ICI).
Performance on 30th June - Café Hølen : 12-4.30 pm
More info here on the festival here : https://www.saanafest.com
Performing in a two-part choreography by Irina Baldini, during the Venice Dance Biennale 2018.
The evening will feature Quite Now (world premiere) and 7 Ways to Begin Without Knowing Where to Start, that was last year’s revelation in the section, Biennale College – Choreographers.
This is a choreographic zone where perception prevails over technique, and where sensations are the keynote.
More on Irina Baldini : http://www.irinaosterberg.com
Performing in a new work by Janine Harrington, as part of the Open Choreography Performance evening at Siobhan Davies Studios.
SOME TIMES marks a new phase of making: integrating materials of movement, writing and singing. The project develops ideas from past works around sociality or ways of being together, but is a move from the cognitively-driven installed works Janine Harrington has been making to a more content-driven work. SOME TIMES explores how shifts in scales can offer different possibilities of thinking about where we are in the contemporary moment.
Teaser : https://vimeo.com/251032683
More on Janine Harrington : http://www.janineharrington.com
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