Tue, 21 Jan | The Place

1 Click Away at Resolution

We are very excited to present to you a Triple Bill of dance works during the Resolution Festival at the Place Theatre on the 21st of January 2020! Tickets: https://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/follow-through-collective-dylan-poirot-canton-sbb-dance
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Time & Location

21 Jan 2020, 19:30
The Place, 17 Duke's Rd, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9PY, UK

About the Event

We are very excited to present to you a Triple Bill of dance works during the Resolution Festival at the Place Theatre on the 21st of January 2020!

Tickets: https://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/follow-through-collective-dylan-poirot-canton-sbb-dance

The Follow Through Collective (Greta Gauhe), Dylan Canton and Shaquille Brathwaite join for one night only to showcase their works.

From the overproduction of waste to the tragic of the Grenfelltower and a very personal investigation into one’s childhood: these works deal with current problems in our society and make personal reflection tangible!

Greta Gauhe/ Follow Through Collective: 1 Click Away

In the interactive dance performance “1 Click Away”, the audience will follow four women onto a journey into the world of packaging materials. In an artful and engaging display, parcels and cardboard boxes are combined and dismantled to create temporary sculptures and landscapes. We want everything to be available, we want it to be cheap, and we want it now. The consequences of such behaviour not only involve mountains of unnecessary waste, but also tough working conditions for logistics workers and drivers. “1 Click Away” takes a rather personal perspective by exploring the waste material in relation to the dancers’ bodies. Darker connotations should not come as a surprise…

Shaquille Brathwaite- 14.06.17

This debut work explores the stories surrounding the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower. It focuses on the stories of the survivors as well as questioning the efforts of the government on aiding those affected.

Dylan Poirot Canton- Fathers Flowers

Within this work I have found influence in my childhood, also exploring psychological and biblical interpretation, on what a father is or can represent.

This fictional work is a coming together of various forms I have been exploring for myself. A mix of floorwork, spoken word and gesture weaves throughout this story of generations. I hope you enjoy the night.

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