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Protein 'LOL' Interview Feature

Protein are back on tour with their latest in a long line of socially savvy works. This time the company's creative protagonist, Luca Silvestrini, is taking aim at social networking and all of its related foibles. As with many of...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 9:57 PM

Danish Dance Theatre 'Interview Feature'

As you may guess from the title we have for you, our dear readers, a video feature from one of the premiere Scandinavian dance companies and living proof that our Nordic friends have more about them than good health care...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 9:49 PM

Verve11 'Interview Feature'

The Verve are back for their 11th incarnation with a new set of dancers, a new set of dance makers and a new set of works for touring up and down this slightly broken land of ours. For this year...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:54 PM

Verve11 'Cascade'

The Verve are back for their 11th incarnation with a new set of dancers, a new set of dance makers and a new set of works for touring up and down this slightly broken land of ours. For this year...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:52 PM

Phoenix Dance Theatre 'Interview Feature'

Phoenix Dance Theatre enter their 30th year of producing and touring and, more than most companies, they have been through their fair share of ups and down. So far, 2011 seems to be one of the ups. The company has...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:47 PM

Phoenix Dance Theatre 'What It Is'

Phoenix Dance Theatre enter their 30th year of producing and touring and, more than most companies, they have been through their fair share of ups and down. So far, 2011 seems to be one of the ups. The company has...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:45 PM

National Dance Company Wales 'Interview Feature'

When last we featured National Dance Company Wales they were performing a piece by Itzik Galili. This time out they are doing a piece by......... ok, it's Mr Galili again but hey, the guys good so let's move on. The...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:40 PM

National Dance Company Wales 'Romance Inverse'

When last we featured National Dance Company Wales they were performing a piece by Itzik Galili. This time out they are doing a piece by......... ok, it's Mr Galili again but hey, the guys good so let's move on. The...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:33 PM

Charles Linehan Company 'The Clearing'

Time to kick back with a cold drink on a comfy sofa because Charles Linehan is back with two new works in the dance makers signature, very laid back style. Nothing happens in a hurry in Mr Linehan's world and...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 6:26 PM

Scottish Dance Theatre 'Interview Feature'

OK kids, Scottish Dance Theatre made their regular pilgrimage to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with an eclectic triple bill of work wrapped in the title 'Matters of the Heart. What you may not know about the company from...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:38 PM

Scottish Dance Theatre 'Dreamt For Light Years'

OK kids, Scottish Dance Theatre made their regular pilgrimage to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with an eclectic triple bill of work wrapped in the title 'Matters of the Heart. What you may not know about the company from...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:35 PM

Scottish Dance Theatre 'Lay Me Down Safe'

OK kids, Scottish Dance Theatre made their regular pilgrimage to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with an eclectic triple bill of work wrapped in the title 'Matters of the Heart. What you may not know about the company from...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:32 PM

2Faced Dance Company 'Interview Feature'

At no point in this intro will we use the phrases "high octane", "high powered", "visceral" or "Keyser Söze"...... not that we would use the last one anyway but still. We, here in the TheLab™ and, probably, 2Faced Dance Company...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:26 PM

2Faced Dance Company '7.0'

At no point in this intro will we use the phrases "high octane", "high powered", "visceral" or "Keyser Söze"...... not that we would use the last one anyway but still. We, here in the TheLab™ and, probably, 2Faced Dance Company...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:22 PM

ACE Dance and Music 'Interview Feature'

Ace Dance and Music are back on tour with their brand new, co-created work 'ICE', performed for the very first time this past Saturday in a very sunny Leeds. For this season the company have brought in Japanese dance maker...

Published in Video Features on December 30, 2016 5:15 PM

bgroup 'The Lessening of Difference'

Choreographer Ben Wright's company bgroup have been quietly moving their way around the dance world for a few years now, creating and touring intricately crafted pieces of dance theatre for all the world to see. 'The Lessening of Difference' covers...

Published in Video Features on December 2, 2011 10:14 PM

Coda 2011

The Coda Oslo International Dance Festival held in Oslo Norway from October 11th to October 23rd 2011 and featured works by Anjelen Preljocaj, Yvonne Rainer, Ervi Sirén, Carte Blanche and many more....

Published in Video Features on November 30, 2011 6:08 PM

Retina Dance Company 'Layers of Skin'

Retina Dance Company are back on tour in the wide and wacky world of dance with six dancers, a live band (sometimes) and and ever changing ensemble of community and local professional dancers in their brand new work 'Layers of...

Published in Video Features on November 23, 2011 12:20 PM

Parlor Dance 'Step Forward'

Almost a year to the day since we brought you another site specific work from the stable of dance maker Helen Parlor. Now she's back along with three dancers this time with a work inspired by the science of movement....

Published in Video Features on November 22, 2011 1:07 PM

Lise Ferner 'Min oldemors grønne korsett'

The performance is an adapted reconstruction of Har du sett min oldemors grønne korsett - det kan fly ("Have you seen my great-grandmother's green corset - it can fly") from 1992 which premiered at Scenehuset in Oslo. Four individual solos...

Published in Video Features on October 31, 2011 6:06 PM

Gunhild Bjørnsgaard/Company B. Valiente 'Thousand Rooms'

Gunhild Bjørnsgaard has in recent years worked with choreography concerts, in which the musician performs choreography as a dancer would. With this new piece Bjørnsgaard probes the depths of the world of composer Georges Aperghis. Dancers: Nina Biong, Silje Aker...

Published in Video Features on October 31, 2011 6:04 PM

Interview with Peter Sparling

Peter Sparling is Thurnau Professor of Dance at the University of Michigan and active independent dance artist. As former principal dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company, chair of the U-M Department of Dance from 1988-93 and Artistic Director of...

Published in Video Features on October 27, 2011 6:01 PM

Peggy Jarrall Kaplan

Peggy Jarrell Kapplan, a New York based photographer, has been taking portraits of dance makers since the 1970's. From Trisha Brown to William Forsythe there is barely a choreographer she has not captured on her (film based) camera. The Coda...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 3:57 PM

Carte Blanche 'Corps De Walk'

The national dance company of Norway was once again in attendance at the Coda Dance Festival in Oslo for 2011. This year brings a very unusual work from the stable of Israeli dance maker Sharon Eyal. The costumes and the...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 12:21 PM

Ervi Sirén 'VIITA'

At the last Coda festival in 2009 one of the stand out performances was from the Finnish dance maker and dancer Terro Saarinen and this year this is no different. Mr Saarinen isn't back but Ervi Sirén is along with...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 12:02 PM

Dansdesign 'Film - Dance to be Murdered By'

Film - Dance to be Murdered by premiered during the Bergen International Festival in 1988. Over 20 years later, the production will now be presented with the original cast. Alfred Hitchcock's Music to be Murdered by provides the underlying impulse...

Published in Video Features on October 18, 2011 5:59 PM

Batsheva 'Horra'

Back in the day Ohad Naharin was responsible for creating one of our favourite pieces of dance, that piece of dance being 'Axioma 7' performed by Rambert when Christopher Bruce was in charge. These days Mr Naharin is the AD...

Published in Video Features on October 17, 2011 3:13 PM

Deborah Hay 'Lightening'

Lightening is an intriguing work by choreographic legend Deborah Hay, made for top-name freelance dancers from Finland, including Jyrki Karttunen. The choreography was first given as a sketch to the dancers who through their performance create the choreography. Dancers: Joona...

Published in Video Features on October 16, 2011 5:57 PM

Stephanie Thiersch 'MOUVOIR'

The latest work for seven dancers by choreographer Stephanie Thiersch and media artist Angela Melitopoulos focuses on mimicry: imitating, adapting to a structure, disguising, becoming invisible, turning up and stepping out of line. Dancers: Viviana Escalé, Inés Hernandez, Mu-Yi Kuo,...

Published in Video Features on October 15, 2011 5:55 PM

Yvonne Rainer 'Trio A Pressured (1966-2011)

Trio A consists of a 5-minute sequence of movement that was initially presented as The Mind is a Muscle, Part I (1966) at Judson Church. There it was performed by Yvonne Rainer, David Gordon and Steve Paxton simultaneously but not...

Published in Video Features on October 13, 2011 5:45 PM

Ballet Preljocaj 'Empty Moves [Parts I&II]'

Some, if not most of you, may never have been subjected to an hour long piece by infamous composer John Cage, he of the Merce Cunningham collaboration. Well, we, here in TheLab™, went through that experience this past Tuesday with...

Published in Video Features on October 12, 2011 7:38 PM

Ace Dance and Music 'ICE'

Ace Dance and Music are back on tour with their brand new, co-created work 'ICE', performed for the very first time this past Saturday in a very sunny Leeds. For this season the company have brought in Japanese dance maker...

Published in Video Features on October 3, 2011 9:59 PM

2Faced 'In The Dust'

At no point in this intro will we use the phrases "high octane", "high powered", "visceral" or "Keyser Söze"...... not that we would use the last one anyway but still. We, here in the TheLab™ and, probably, 2Faced Dance Company...

Published in Video Features on September 6, 2011 12:47 PM

Scottish Dance Theatre 'A Little Shadery'

OK kids, Scottish Dance Theatre made their regular pilgrimage to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with an eclectic triple bill of work wrapped in the title 'Matters of the Heart. What you may not know about the company from...

Published in Video Features on August 29, 2011 12:25 PM

Balbir Singh D. C. 'Decreasing Infinity'

Time for a strange mix of styles both dance and music wise with Balbir Singh Dance Company and their work 'Decreasing Infinity'. We caught up with them at the Fringe in Edinburgh. The mix of styles we have on show...

Published in Video Features on August 22, 2011 12:19 AM

Jack Webb 'Beta Wave Transport'

Although Jack Webb may be new to Article19 in terms of video features he's certainly not new to Article19 itself, having been a blogger here for quite some time. No writing this time however just dance making and performing in...

Published in Video Features on August 21, 2011 8:45 PM

SPK 'Falling Man'

Thomas Small has been creating dance work now for more than a decade with his company Smallpetitklein based in Dundee in the North of Scotland. 'Falling Man' marks their first excursion into the crowded world of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe...

Published in Video Features on August 21, 2011 5:50 PM

Gary Clarke 'Bagofti'

Coming to Article19 for the first time with the rather oddly titled 'Bagofti' (the reason for the name is explained in the interview) is dance maker Gary Clarke. Having performed with many dance companies across the UK and Europe as...

Published in Video Features on August 21, 2011 4:28 PM

Charles Linehan Co. 'The Fault Index'

Time to kick back with a cold drink on a comfy sofa because Charles Linehan is back with two new works in the dance makers signature, very laid back style. Nothing happens in a hurry in Mr Linehan's world and...

Published in Video Features on May 17, 2011 2:09 PM

National Dance Company Wales 'By Singing Light'

When last we featured National Dance Company Wales they were performing a piece by Itzik Galili. This time out they are doing a piece by......... ok, it's Mr Galili again but hey, the guys good so let's move on. The...

Published in Video Features on May 9, 2011 1:31 PM

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