E-Space MuPop-Interactive Dance Exhibition & Performance
Open to all
The Europeana Space Dance Pilot is happy to share its latest tool Qandr which is our multiscreen audience engaging tool. Before the Un-Symposium and during registration to the event, enjoy the interactive dance exhibition which allows the audience to explore cultural heritage images while watching live dancing. The PopUp Museum will include a live dance performance in front of a screen which will be controlled by the audience. Using your smart phone and/or any android device, the audience can connect to the screen and control what the dancer and other audience members see.
The pop up museum and performance are free and open to all delegates. All are welcome to dance, watch and interact. Instructions on technology will be provided the day of the sharing. For more information, please feel free to get in touch with Rosa Cisneros.
Find out more info on the project and tool.
Natasha Adomako first discovered her love for dancing between the ages of 6 and 7 leading her to perform in two pantomimes (2003 & 2004) in the Broadway Theatre with the ‘DnB’ Dance school, South East London. She continued her dance training through her GCSE’s and A Levels and is currently a final year Dance Making and Performance student at Coventry University. She recently returned from a study abroad program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and was recently presented the Black History Month award from Coventry University Student’s union. Natasha is an administrator for Move The World charity and a writer for Girl Got Faith, both based in London.
Angelika was born in Poland and in 2013 she moved to England to continue her dance training and education. She has recently returned from study abroad program at University of Illinois, USA and is currently a final year Dance Making and Performance student at Coventry University. Angelika is ashtanga yoga teacher trainee and she works as an intern for Decoda- artist led organisation, based in West Midland.
Tracy is an emerging disabled artist who has a profound interest in how we look at ourselves and how we relate to others through comparisons and difference.She has a background in creative movement shown in her involvement with Open Space Birmingham, where Tracy participated in improvisations led by professional dance artists. Tracy also enjoys creating expressionist paintings, though her main art medium is writing where she has explored poetry, prose and philosophical concepts. Tracy likes to explore how the body can move in response to spoken word in her solo performances.
This project examines an innovative way of empowering persons with conflict-related disabilities in Sri Lanka through a combination of dance and law that was pioneered and piloted by VisAbility, a German association, in mid-2015.
SomaticApp - Dance, digital software design and inclusive practice
This project aims to bring together expertise across disciplines of health and dance to develop the concept of an app that can be used by students to promote self awareness and relaxation through mindful movement. This can also be linked to dealing with related physical recurring pain such as neck and shoulder pain from desk work, etc. In particular, it will draw on somatic movement practices which are a group of activities that link body and mind for wellbeing such as Feldenkrais and Alexander technique.