Three Studies of Flesh

Melanie Lomoff

A new work being developed by Melanie Lomoff in close collaboration with sound artist Josh Anio Grigg. A study, an exchange of movement between a written choreography and interactive research with a live sound. The starting point, the shapes inherent in Francis Bacons triptych paintings and interpretation of human figures reflected within his work. Melanie performs in pointe shoes, creating a tension between form, exploring distortion and imbalance. This year Melanie is being supported by Free to Fall (Artists Development Programme) offering a bespoke ladder of development on her current work. Supported by Brave Festival (Poland) and funded by Arts Council England. TICKETED EVENT

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SLAP

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An improvised music-dance performance. SLAP is an ongoing collaborative research project amongst four artists engaging in improvisation, where creativity happens in the moment of the encounter. Through exploration of similarities and differences between the two disciplines, the traditional roles of dancers and musicians are broken down in order to express collectively the group’s ideas as improvising artists. Performers: Sam Bailey, Tom Jackson, Tina Krasevec and David Leahy FREE EVENT

Charlie Ford

Charlie's practice sits within dance improvisation and visual art and questions the boundaries between practice and performance. This mode of working introduces a moving, highly physical state to the activity of drawing, therefore creating a meeting point between these art forms and providing a landscape, through which parallel journeys can be made in the creation of new work. This conversation between dance and drawing allows the two mediums not only to co-exist in the same environment but to offer new perspectives on both choreographic and fine art methodologies, and to further question the relationship between them. FREE EVENT

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Tickets: £10/£8 conc To book visit: www.richmix.org.uk

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