Sea Interludes (dance performance)
A water-study dance concert on a 19th century warship explores amnesia, illness, loss, and the afterlife. Closed-loop, gradation, and simultaneous canon interludes, together with the dance translation of arpeggios, and tremolos, consider Peter Grimes, Come and Go, and Jean Cebron. An ensemble of Isadora Duncan dancers necromantically work with found material from a rapidly disintegrating dance archive to explore collective/individual/subjective memory, oral/personal/living history, and question what would be the point in remembering.
Choreography: Mark Bankin
Interpretation: Holly Mitchell, Rosy Gentle, Luisa Rüster, Sara Valenti
Producer: Apricot Productions