Installations & Explorations Throughout the day two emerging artists Charlie Ford and Ieva Kuminski took part in an open research workshop. Working on their own ideas, but together in one space, they used one another's methods and joint exploration for personal research.The process involved drawing, improvising, talking, making notes, devising tasks and following spontaneous paths. People witnessed them as they explored the space and other happenings; viewers watched their explorations, read their notes, moved away and came back to see the progress.

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Classes & Workshops Renaud and his company delivered a professional level Cunningham based class. Participants took part in this increasingly popular technique taught by Leila McMillan, originally created by David Zambrano. At the beginning of 2010 Leila was one of 50 artists chosen to train for 50 days in Costa Rica with David in Flying Low and Passing Through techniques, thus certifying her to pass on her development of them. Since Costa Rica she has been developing her own voice through the techniques and teaching both techniques at a professional level in UK and Internationally.

Up and coming choreographers and dance artists shared and scratched new works in development. See below who took part: John Ross - Wolf Pack Created by emerging choreographer John Ross. Performed by Chris ,Matt Lackford & Nathan Based around the idea of a stereotypical ‘Lads’ Night out. Looking at relationships between men in social situations. Never losing that inner child. Male bravado mixed with feminine qualities. Boys will be boys. Ella Mesma - Ecdysis Concept & direction:Ella Mesma Producer: Kate Scanlan, Scanner's Inc Choreography: Anthony Egea (Compagnie Revolution) Music: Franck2Louise Costume: Jodie-Simone Howe Ecdysis; the shedding of an outer integument or layer of skin, by insects, crustaceans, and snakes. Molting. Inspired by the Peruvian Inca beliefs of Chakana, the concepts in the work are also influenced by Ella Mesma and her experiences as a dancer, a person of mixed heritage, a woman. This work was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Dan Watson - Jacket Dance Created by Dan Watson in collaboration with Rachael Mossom and Matthew Winston. Danced by Dan Watson and Matthew Winston. Exploring the idea of ridiculous dancing. Not as a joke or ironic comment but curiously and joyfully. This performance is part game, part choreographed work. This work was made possible by a Dance and the Homemade Commission from Chisenhale Dance Space. Renaud Wiser Dance Company - MetropolisMETROPOLIS explores the complex relationship with cities and the urban environment. A cast of exceptional dancers build and tear down a landscape of bricks, constantly redefining borders in a quest for comfort, security and happiness.

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