‘FELT is a bold proposal’ – Paulo Lobo. The Luxembourgish magazine WUNNEN reports on FELT from the perspective of design & architecture in the summer issue June / July.
Ahead of the FELT performances at The Byre Theatre in St Andrews, Elisabeth gives and interview in ‘The Courier’. Images: Bohumil Kosthoryz & Martine Pinnel
‘Schilling’s fascinating moving sculpture helps us see fabric in a new light.’ On Monday, 1st July a four – star review by journalist Kelly Apter was published in the Scottish ‘The Scotsman’: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-scotsman/20190701/282879437300023
After the run of FELT at the Hunterian Art Gallery Glasgow last week, renowned dance critic Mary Brennan published the following article in the Scottish Herald: https://www.heraldscotland.com/arts_ents/17738040.dance-review-felt-hunterian-art-gallery-glasgow/?fbclid=IwAR2zRsGgyQZreZo_hkiIJGLiBPypAaH9Oqp_hPdCUXZSY7MNYTN0XKzCWxQ Image: Martine Pinnel
After the start of our FELT Scotland Tour last week, we are happy to publish some first audience comments on the piece.
Together with Tim Nunn and Simone Stewart, and with the support of the Hunterian Gallery Glasgow, Workroom Glasgow, Goethe Institut Glasgow, as well as Creative Scotland, a symposium entitled ‘One second it’s there…’ – Movement, Time, Space and the Art of Dance in Museums and Galleries will take place at the Hunterian Gallery in Glasgow on June 26, as part of the FELT Summer Tour. “One Second It’s There…. Movement, time, space and the art of dance in galleries in […]
12 JUNE BANCHORY – The Barn 10 am: Adapted performance for early years 7.30pm: Performace Cost: £8.00 01330 825431 www.thebarnarts.co.uk 13 JUNE Dundee – Scottish Dance Theatre Workshop Only www.scottishdancetheatre.com 21 JUNE NEW GALLOWAY – The Catstrand 7pm: Performace Cost: £12 / £4 u25s 01644 420 374 www.catstrand.com 27-29 JUNE GLASGOW – The Hunterian Art Gallery 27-28.06: 7pm, 29.06: 2.30pm Cost: £5 / 3 www.gla.ac.uk/hunterian On 26 June there will be a symposium exploring the performance of dance in art […]
In the coming weeks, Elisabeth will be in residency at the dance house SPAM! in Italy to start the research of a new piece: the choreographic interpretation of György Ligeti’s Etudes.
FELT – an hommage to the sense of touch: 150 participants (age 3-70) felt and experienced textures & materials to make dances with these over the past 3 weeks in different institutions across Rhineland-Palatinate. This has been supported by: Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Weiterbildung und Kultur RLP, der Silvio und Waltraud del’ Antonio Kunsmann Stiftung Wittlich, Casa Tony M Wittlich, Sparkassenstiftung Bernkastel-Wittlich, Vereinigte Volksbank Raiffeisenbank Bernkastel-Wittlich
Audiences voices after FELT Première by Véronique Kesseler, Meridith Moth, Sandra Lieners, Christopher Petry and Juliette Geesmann.