My work is usually for non-theatre contexts and foregrounds ideas about relationship, agency and attention, exploring embodied interactivity and game-playing.
Image: screensaver in rehearsal, pavleheidler/ Janine Harrington
The Human Clock, small time
Image by Elisa Vassena
You can find information about all the projects here but please get in touch if you’d like more information or see calendar for upcoming shows, classes and more.
Image: Screensaver Series at OOPS Festival, 2019 captured by Paul Seaby.
As a performer I have worked mainly with Tino Sehgal and have interpreted the following works:
These Associations (2012) Tate Modern turbine hall, July-Oct 2012 and Palais de Tokyo Oct-Dec 2016.
Yet Untitled (2013) Venice Biennale, May-Nov 2013; Kremms am Donnau, Austria, April 2013; The Stedelijjk Museum Amsterdam June-July 2015; KIASMA Helsinki September 2015; Leopold Museum Vienna, 2016; Palais de Tokyo Oct-Dec 2016.
Instead of allowing some thing to rise up to your face dancing dan and bruce and other things (2000) Leopold Museum Vienna, July-Aug 2016; Palais de Tokyo Oct-Dec 2016 and Fondation Beyeler Basel June-July 2017.
Video: Stedelijk Crew Report: Superfan van Tino Sehgal / Tino Sehgal's "superfan" talking about her experience of visiting us interpreting Yet Untitled. Jes visited us nearly every day and I place this video here in lieu of documentation.
Alongside my work I help other artists with their projects in and out of the studio. This can mean:
-being an outside-eye
-project development, planning and management
-support in developing educational content
-grant-writing (specifically Arts Council England project grants- under 15K).
I currently work with Tate n Lyle, Christopher Matthews, Darcy Wallace & Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome. I have recently worked with Simona Scotto and Rachel Gildea. I usually work with 1-2 artists at a time but it depends on what the project needs. Send me a message to know more.
Image: Janine for Shannon Stewart | Screaming Traps
Image: Everybody in the audience, with punctuation (2018)
I create bespoke works and interventions for specific situations and briefs, drawing together a team of international collaborators. I have recently completed projects for Louisa Guinness Gallery with the jewellery of Alexander Calder at an event at the Natural History Museum London (October 2016) and with Maison Boghossian for NOMAD Monaco (April 2017).
Image in red: Tom Carter
Dancers: Iris Chan, Charlie Ashwell, Elisa Vassena, Robert Malmborg, James Morgan & Janine Harrington.
Image outdoors: NOMAD, Monaco
Performers: Elodie Escarmelle, Fleur Khani & Janine Harrington