Last week Phill Tew, Tom Mitchell and I had the opportunity to attend the Media Innovation Awards ceremony in Portsmouth. We were up for best Installation/Exhibition/Event for all our danceroom Spectroscopy work: the science, education, shows and pub
“Laura Kriefman, is known for creating stimulating dance experiences that permeate the most everyday and prosaic activities.”
Innovative and successful at providing client led solutions:
Future Tech in successful rigorous solutions. Working with diverse teams to create the most innovative and reactive solution.
The Guerilla Dance Project are an innovative dance company led by choreographer Laura Kriefman. Resident at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol they create works that explore our social interactions with objects within everyday environments. Finding the Dances in everyday life. Our work has been seen at the National Theatre, South Bank Centre, Barbican, Arnolfini, Theatre Royal Bath, V and A and as part of the Cultural Olympiad. They have also been commissioned in Ireland, Croatia, Indonesia and Dubai.
Creating a real relationship between people and spaces
Bringing spaces back to life.
Working with the infrastructure.
Changing the way people navigate space.
Looking at Function and Purpose.
Leadership within the Cultural Sector: Laura Kriefman is a 2011-2012 Fellow of the Clore Cultural Leadership Programme.
- 28 Nov 2013
Our first danceroom Spectroscopy show, Hidden Fields was featured in the new MIT publication by Peter Weibel. Peter’s the director of ZKM, Europe’s leading digital arts venue. David Glowacki, the instigator of the danceroom Spectroscopy p
- 15 Nov 2013
Found this the other day: A few months ago I was asked to speak at If Wet, the fantastic monthly celebration of sound that Mr Sam Underwood runs. I don’t normally get to talk about my relationship with sound- which is funny as it’s the...