Dance No 2° by Sivan Rubinstein | Official Trailer
Dance No 2° takes you on a timeless journey. Earthy, Minimalist, and Powerful. It redefines our connection to Earth, a dance which brings you home. Rediscover how human existence is influenced by the water, land, and elements we live with, Dance No 2° is set in an infinite landscape of waves and rolling hills, hypnotic oceans and vivid deserts. Lead by its cinematic soundtrack, a minimal setting, and danced with raw and sustainable fashion, the piece examines how the land we live on and the planet we inhabit shapes us. Our body becomes a planet, and the planet our home. --- Dance No 2° A work by Sivan Rubinstein Performed live at The Place, London | 2 & 3 November, 7.30pm Created with and performed by: Jordan Ajadi, Nathan Goodman, Harriet Parker-Beldeau, Lydia Walker Composer: Liran Donin Lighting Designer and Scenographer: Edward Saunders Dramaturg: Xenia Aidonopoulou Fashion: Olubiyi Thomas Fashion Assistant: Olivia Stewart Sound design, recording and mix: Gal Cohen Community Performer & Voice Over: Aturah Kedeeshah Baht Israel Film made in collaboration with: Bar Alon (film direction), Dror Shohet (cinematography and editing), Shai Skiff (cinematography) Creative Producer: Lia Prentaki Academic Partner: Dr. Sarah Fine Mentor: Theresa Beattie Access Support Worker: Lauryn Pinard With thanks to The Hebrew Israelite Community of Dimonah, The Zvulon Dance Studio led by Tsiferah Baht Israel. Co-produced with The Place. Commissioned by The Place in partnership with King’s College London, with further commissioning support from South East Dance, Corali and Oh Creative Space. Supported by PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund and using public funding from Arts Council England. #DanceNo2 #ThePlace #Trailer
MAPS by Sivan Rubinstein Composer: Liran Donin Performers: Masako Matsushita, Seke Chimutengwende, Harriet Parker-Beldeau Costumes designer: Amit Baruch Lighting designer Production Manager: Berta Pibernat Trias Filming and Editing: Mikolaj Wawrzyniak Research & Inspiration: Dr. Sarah Fine & Yehuda Rubinstein With Many thanks to Arts Council England, Creative Europe, The Place, Pivot Dance, Peacok Salt, Brighton University, Swallowsfeet festival, JW3.
On Demand Teaser 1
On Demand is a contemporary dance/physical theatre production that draws upon vulnerable physicality and raw emotion that follows the honest movement of five individual characters. This Production sets out to challenge your perceptions and assumptions of human trafficking and modern day slavery. Themes of manipulation, control and dehumanisation will leave you questioning your actions and choices. Choreographer - Erena Bordon Sanchez choreographed in collaboration with dancers. Daners - Hayley Chilvers, Sarah Gaul, Eva James and Harriet Parker-Beldeau Composer - James Keane Writer and Dramaturg - Sarah Amankwah Lighting Designer - Rob Foskett Consultant - David Birch Trailer created by James Williams - www.jwcinematographer.co.uk
Ports That Pass documentary film
Ports that Pass is an Arts Council funded project by Loop Dance Company. It is the result of a collaboration with choreographer Sivan Rubinstein, composer Na'ama Zisser, Costume director Amit Baruch and photographer Jordan Mary. The work was performed at Turner Contemporary in Margate on 29th November 2016. Loop are looking for more venues to share the work. If you are interested in collaborating contact email@example.com Dancers: Nina Atkinson, Harriet Parker-Beldeau, Daisy Farris, Paolo Pisarro and Aaron Smith. Filmed and edited by MovingProductions