Award-winning artists and experienced Virtual Realists, Gibson/Martelli are at the forefront of creating innovative methods and uses of technology to engage audiences in different contexts. Worldwide commissions include residencies in North America, China, Australia and New Zealand. Ruth is Associate Professor at Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University.firstname.lastname@example.org
Gibson/Martelli have exhibited and performed at the Barbican, Royal Opera House, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Somerset House, Tekniska Museet, Stockholm, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, Detroit Institute for Art, and The Venice Biennale.email@example.com
Peut-Porter’s all-female design collective forms its own category, interrogating and imagining all that is ‘worn’ in its widest sense. Inherently future-facing, they create artefacts that investigate body politics and social change through the lens of fashion and technology. firstname.lastname@example.org
Peut-Porter have worked and partnered with: Burberry (Creative Media Department), British Council, Design Museum London, Sadler’s Wells, Siobhan Davies Dance, Museum of London, National Health Service, Goethe Institute Dubai, Center for Arts & Media Karlsruhe, Victoria & Albert Museum.email@example.com
Alice Tatge is an italian-american-czech choreographer, performer and director working in the field of combined arts since 2004. Her practice investigates the sensorial realm via a plethora of multimedia disciplines, somatic practices and dance techniques, exploring the politics of the body, questions of gender and cultural identity. Exhibited at: Hayward Gallery, Southbank, Tate Modern, Barbican, ICA, London U.K. Artistic collaborations: Tino Sehgal, Meg Stuart, Lundahl & Seitl, Xavier Le Roy, Mårten Spångberg, Punchdrunk.
Axelle trained at Trinity Laban conservatoire of music and dance in London. As a Belgian dancer she has the opportunity to dance alongside choreographers like Alison Curtis-Jones and Gary Lambert. She has performed internationally from The UK to the USA. Axelle can be found in music videos and charity events to help children who want to dance. Alongside dance, she is interested in photography.
Emily is a recent graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has worked with Tony Thatcher, Alison Curtis-Jones, Lizzi Kew-Ross and Kennedy Muntanga throughout the course of her training. Emily will be continuing her training as part of JV2 (Jasmin Vardimon 2).
Hannah recently graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire and is also an alumnus of the National Youth Ballet. Hannah has performed works by choreographers such as Fubunation, Etta Murfitt, Kerry Biggin, Hubert Essakow, and Christopher Hampson at venues including the Laban Theatre and Sadler’s Wells. As well as performing, Hannah enjoys teaching and creating her own work – she especially loves collaborating with musicians and other creatives!
Hannah trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. A freelance dance artist, she has been working with Julie Cunningham and Company since 2015 performing & touring in numerous works in the UK and internationally. She has worked with the RSC, Serpentine Gallery and commercially, Hannah has performed with various artists for both music video and TV and photographed for British Vogue.
Harry joined the Michael Clark Company in 2010, after graduating from Bird College. He performed throughout Europe and in the United States, as well as Melbourne, Japan and Brazil. The London born dancer is also in demand with the fashion industry and most recently shot for Vogue. Recently won the National Dance Award for Emerging Talent.
Musician & Sound Design
Musician and designer, with expertise in scenography and experience design, composing for theater and art installations or creating ambiences for exhibitions. Paul studied Graphic Design at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. Worked for Karlssonwilker Inc. in New York, Meiré und Meiré in Cologne and Random Studio in Amsterdam. Clients include Nike, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Museum Ludwig. A Young Gun X alumni, a design teacher & lecturer his works have been awarded and published www.absurd-dialog.com
Photography & Graphic Design
Oliver Wrobel is a graphic and exhibition designer who has worked on large scale exhibitions for the last 12 years. He works with 3D life-visuals on major shows at the Centre for Arts and Media in Karlsruhe, the Run-Run Shaw centre in Hong Kong or the Toni Areal in Zurich for openings and special celebrations and has a wealth of experience with motion graphics.www.oliverwrobel.com
Mabel has not had her sewing machine out of sight since she was 8. With 18 years experience teaching garment making at university level, she has a remarkable career working with Alexander McQueen, Bruce Oldfield, Victoria Beckham and Giles Deacon. She transforms lives through artisan making and education. A PGCert candidate, holding qualifications in accelerated learning techniques and a trained Autism practitioner, Mabel cares deeply about inclusion & neuro-diversity.
Piero Glina is a designer working on narratives at the intersection between art, design and media. A lecturer at Zurich University of the Arts he has worked on large scale live visuals for the Centre of Arts and Media in Karlsruhe, Swiss TV SRF, the Run-Run Shaw Centre in Hong Kong and various commercial clients. Piero has a keen eye for structured story-telling and how to bridge gaps in an overarching narrative
Dancer + Assistant
Francesca graduated from National Dance Academy of Rome and Choreography Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. A dance researcher in immersive digital environments – her scientific background informs her choreographic choices. Spectatorship, space design and time perception, are all shared aspects of her practice. She works with choreographers Lizzi Kew Ross, Daisy Farris, Martin Nachbar and Jacqueline Bulnes (Martha Graham Dance Company) as rehearsal director. www.francescaorlando.com
Harry has worked in production for international film festivals and immersive arts events, ranging from talent & industry development programmes to XR installations and screenings: Sheffield DocFest, MUTEK, Raindance, VR Days, All Points East, BFI London Film Festival, BFI Future Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, and Mitcham VR Festival, among others. Outside of festival production, Harry has programmed and chaired industry panels, worked for VR distributor ‘Other Set’, and in Marketing for Omnibus Theatre.
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