Next shows:   NottDance, Nottingham, 10th October 2019  Tanzfestival Winterthur, Switzerland 15th November 2019  London- announcement soon- 30th November 2019     Recent shows:   UK Dance Showcase, Poole, May 2019  Rise Festival, Findhorn, May 2019  OOPS Festival, Brighton, March 2019  Sadler’s Wells Sampled, London, Feb 2019  Dance Umbrella, London, Oct 2018  MOCO conference, London, June 2017  Décor exhibition, Villa Empain, Brussels, Jan 2017    Screensaver Series is danced by:  Elisa Vassena, Vanessa Abreu, Louise Tanoto, Stephanie McMann, Stella Papi, Janine Harrington, Iris Chan, Rosalie Bell.     Image by Roswitha Chesher
       
     
 Screensaver Series is a kaleidoscopic performance installation involving 5 dancers and a musician/coder Jamie Forth. Relationships between movement—physical, virtual and abstract—and technology are the subject of research. With an interest in neurodiversity, Screensaver Series attempts to emulate a “background” state in which the movement of colour and patterns are foregrounded in between other types of demand and activity. Screen-saver mode is here imagined as a moratorium on meaning making, a pause in processing, and a space in which something else can unfold.  Read more about the project on the DU/ Middlesex ResCen website  here . Writing about the project at Rise Festival from Ian Abbott  here    Supported by Dance Umbrella’s Re-Search Programme in partnership with ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Sadler's Wells, South East Dance, Trip Space, Brandwatch, Brighton Digital Festival, Trip Space and Pola Art Foundation through research grant funds allocated by Naoto Hieda for participation in Choreographic Coding Lab in Amsterdam.    Image: in performance at Dance Umbrella 2018, Andrew Lang
       
     
 Video installation format, workshops and performative lectures presentations at:  -IDOCDE symposium: Tracing Forwards, Vienna 2019  -Future Oceans showcase, JCC Manhattan New York 2019  -Studio 303, Montreal 2018  -Brighton Digital Festival, 2018       Image: video installation at Brighton Digital Festival, October 2018
       
     
 Digital experiments with Erik Axel Eggeling.
       
     
 Image: Roswitha Chesher  Dancers: Vanessa Abreu, Elisa Vassena, Stephanie McMann, Iris Chan, Louise Tanoto, Janine Harrington
       
     
  Next shows:   NottDance, Nottingham, 10th October 2019  Tanzfestival Winterthur, Switzerland 15th November 2019  London- announcement soon- 30th November 2019     Recent shows:   UK Dance Showcase, Poole, May 2019  Rise Festival, Findhorn, May 2019  OOPS Festival, Brighton, March 2019  Sadler’s Wells Sampled, London, Feb 2019  Dance Umbrella, London, Oct 2018  MOCO conference, London, June 2017  Décor exhibition, Villa Empain, Brussels, Jan 2017    Screensaver Series is danced by:  Elisa Vassena, Vanessa Abreu, Louise Tanoto, Stephanie McMann, Stella Papi, Janine Harrington, Iris Chan, Rosalie Bell.     Image by Roswitha Chesher
       
     

Next shows:

NottDance, Nottingham, 10th October 2019

Tanzfestival Winterthur, Switzerland 15th November 2019

London- announcement soon- 30th November 2019

Recent shows:

UK Dance Showcase, Poole, May 2019

Rise Festival, Findhorn, May 2019

OOPS Festival, Brighton, March 2019

Sadler’s Wells Sampled, London, Feb 2019

Dance Umbrella, London, Oct 2018

MOCO conference, London, June 2017

Décor exhibition, Villa Empain, Brussels, Jan 2017

Screensaver Series is danced by:

Elisa Vassena, Vanessa Abreu, Louise Tanoto, Stephanie McMann, Stella Papi, Janine Harrington, Iris Chan, Rosalie Bell.


Image by Roswitha Chesher

 Screensaver Series is a kaleidoscopic performance installation involving 5 dancers and a musician/coder Jamie Forth. Relationships between movement—physical, virtual and abstract—and technology are the subject of research. With an interest in neurodiversity, Screensaver Series attempts to emulate a “background” state in which the movement of colour and patterns are foregrounded in between other types of demand and activity. Screen-saver mode is here imagined as a moratorium on meaning making, a pause in processing, and a space in which something else can unfold.  Read more about the project on the DU/ Middlesex ResCen website  here . Writing about the project at Rise Festival from Ian Abbott  here    Supported by Dance Umbrella’s Re-Search Programme in partnership with ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Sadler's Wells, South East Dance, Trip Space, Brandwatch, Brighton Digital Festival, Trip Space and Pola Art Foundation through research grant funds allocated by Naoto Hieda for participation in Choreographic Coding Lab in Amsterdam.    Image: in performance at Dance Umbrella 2018, Andrew Lang
       
     

Screensaver Series is a kaleidoscopic performance installation involving 5 dancers and a musician/coder Jamie Forth. Relationships between movement—physical, virtual and abstract—and technology are the subject of research. With an interest in neurodiversity, Screensaver Series attempts to emulate a “background” state in which the movement of colour and patterns are foregrounded in between other types of demand and activity. Screen-saver mode is here imagined as a moratorium on meaning making, a pause in processing, and a space in which something else can unfold.

Read more about the project on the DU/ Middlesex ResCen website here.
Writing about the project at Rise Festival from Ian Abbott here


Supported by Dance Umbrella’s Re-Search Programme in partnership with ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Sadler's Wells, South East Dance, Trip Space, Brandwatch, Brighton Digital Festival, Trip Space and Pola Art Foundation through research grant funds allocated by Naoto Hieda for participation in Choreographic Coding Lab in Amsterdam.

Image: in performance at Dance Umbrella 2018, Andrew Lang

 Video installation format, workshops and performative lectures presentations at:  -IDOCDE symposium: Tracing Forwards, Vienna 2019  -Future Oceans showcase, JCC Manhattan New York 2019  -Studio 303, Montreal 2018  -Brighton Digital Festival, 2018       Image: video installation at Brighton Digital Festival, October 2018
       
     

Video installation format, workshops and performative lectures presentations at:

-IDOCDE symposium: Tracing Forwards, Vienna 2019

-Future Oceans showcase, JCC Manhattan New York 2019

-Studio 303, Montreal 2018

-Brighton Digital Festival, 2018


Image: video installation at Brighton Digital Festival, October 2018

 Digital experiments with Erik Axel Eggeling.
       
     

Digital experiments with Erik Axel Eggeling.

 Image: Roswitha Chesher  Dancers: Vanessa Abreu, Elisa Vassena, Stephanie McMann, Iris Chan, Louise Tanoto, Janine Harrington
       
     

Image: Roswitha Chesher

Dancers: Vanessa Abreu, Elisa Vassena, Stephanie McMann, Iris Chan, Louise Tanoto, Janine Harrington