Dance, film and music draw audience into different world
Bridging the Void is an exciting new dance-film production performed by UK dance company Experiential, devised and choreographed by the company's artistic director and resident film-maker Rachel Johnson.
Designed simultaneously to intrigue, mesmerise and entertain, Bridging the Void features dramatic movement performed by three dancers, Clélia Vuille,Eleanor Palmer and Gabi Serani, some exquisite footage of sunrise shot by film-maker Jonathan Binks and a haunting, original score composed by James Welland.
Bridging the Void is a collaboration between choreographer, dancers, film-maker and composer and is destined to become an audience favourite.
Rachel Johnson is the founder of Experiential; she is a choreographer and film artist whose work spans installations, theatre performances, film screenings and site-specific work presented at theatres across the UK including the National Gallery, Vibe Gallery, Brighton Festival, Regent Street Summer Festival, Laban and more. To find new and exciting possibilities for her work Rachel collaborates with a dynamic range of artists: dancers, designers, sound technicians, composers, visual artists and digital programmers.
This production will be held in the Birley Centre on Friday April 29, 6.45pm. Tickets are £9 available from 452255 or [email protected]