We have a film of our project, which seems such a long time ago now. The film was made by climbing film-maker Ray Wood,click below to see it:
Since the project I have worked on the dance sections of Lle/chi with Bethesda-based band 9Bach Lleuwen Steffan, the Penrhyn quarry choir and many others which was performed at Pontio on 19th April 2016. This was an amazing experience…Continue
Posted on October 5, 2016 at 22:42
Just wanted to acknowledge one of my main inspirations for Moving Rocks, the 2000 work by Slovenian choreographer Iztok Kovac, Dom Svobode. Here is a link to a clip of the film:
I've been pondering over the feedback I got from the lovely audience yesterday, and the question of sound keeps coming back to me. How different the sounds would have been in an operational quarry. The sounds I heard…Continue
Posted on May 23, 2015 at 17:56 — 3 Comments
Photo: Ray Wood
Artistic interpretation of quarry workers lunch break. ..
Photo: Ray Wood
The real lunch break. Wet, wet, wet... Despina and Cat hanging out having lunch before the…Continue
Posted on May 23, 2015 at 9:35 — 2 Comments
Well I didn't manage to blog yesterday. But we had a fantastic day today. The sun was out, the wind dropped and we had costumes and our new, simplified structure of descent worked a treat. The dancers have really started to get to grips with the complex task of descending a rock face facing downwards, taking on the feel of quarry workers and dancing! Here are a couple of nice images from Ray Wood of the work we did today. …Continue
Posted on May 21, 2015 at 21:36
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Hi Kate - you're excused it's far away! Such exciting things happening all around Wales!
Just quietly chipping away, talking to people and researching will let you know as soon as I have something positive to tell you. Would love to take you up on the invitation to watch you train - maybe in March?
Sounds good to me!
Hi Kate, thank you for your kind comments! Yes, I'd love to meet up - always like an excuse to go to the Vaynol!