Sally Doughty (UK)
Saturday 9 May 2015
Backlit Gallery Ashley StreetNottingham NG3 1JG
Inspired by the original choreographic score of Lucinda Childs (Einstein on the Beach) and the exhibited artefacts, Dance4 has invited Sally Doughty to make a response to the exhibition within the gallery spaces.

Watch Sally Doughty and Marie Fitzpatrick examine the identity of the dance artist working within academia in their online conversation as part of Nottdance 2015:

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Sally Doughty is a Principal Lecturer of Dance at De Monfort University, Leicester. Sally's key research interests and areas of expertise include: Improvisation as a performance mode; Improvisation as a means of generating movement in the rehearsal process for a fixed performance; Documentation and articulation of processes/practices involved in performance making and doing; Contemporary choreography; The practice of performing; Reflective practice: - developing a framework that develops analytical and reflective skills in those involved in movement improvisation - employing a range of technology/media to support student’s learning; Pedagogic Research; Intermediality and performance.

Hourglass tickets: FREE but booking essential.
Duration: 1hr
Suitable for all

Commissioned and produced by Dance4.