This open-level workshop is for artists and dancers of all ages interested in exploring how virtual and real space might be used to enhance connections between people and empathy across generations. Join choreographer Katie Dale-Everett and technologist Sian Fan for this unique session with Katie Dale-Everett Dance.
For fascinating detail about the development of this project see this 5 minute video.
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Biographies of workshop leaders
Katie is the Artistic Director of Katie Dale-Everett Dance, a choreographic company investigating how body and technology can work together to bridge gaps in communication and connection, humanise technology, relook at and question ideas and to better understand how we relate to ourselves and others.
Katie was an Associate Artist of The Point 2018/19 (now Supported Artist) and is one of the first cohort of QuestLab Network artists, a dance and technology professional development programme led by Studio Wayne McGregor. Her work has been supported by Arts Council England National Lottery funding five times, as well as Screen South, South East Dance and Bath Dance to name a few. Her work and outreach has been programmed in eight UK counties as well as at Abundance International Dance Festival in Sweden.
Sian Fan is an artist working in digital media, installation and performance. She works with movement, the female body and technology to explore the relationship between the organic, the metaphysical and the virtual. Sian has exhibited her works internationally at spaces including Tate Modern, British Council, ICA and Firstsite. She is currently studying a Fine Art Masters at Central Saint Martins, and is due to graduate in 2020.
Photos by Sophie Newton
Bookings are closed for this event.
Date(s) - Saturday 8 February, 2020
2:00pm - 5:00pm