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We make 21st Century dance that lives and breathes in our cities.
We inspire lasting memories by making the ordinary extraordinary.
We use technology to create shows that are spectacular, unique and accessible.
We make big ideas a reality.


Who We Are:

Founded by award winning choreographer Laura Kriefman, Guerilla Dance Project specialise in Augmented Dance: the fusion between movement and technology.

We are resident at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol and create interactive installations and spectacles. We have been commissioned worldwide and won multiple awards for Digital Innovation.


 

Who We Are:

Founded by award winning choreographer Laura Kriefman, Guerilla Dance Project specialise in Augmented Dance: the fusion between movement and technology.

We are resident at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol and create interactive installations and spectacles. We have been commissioned worldwide and won multiple awards for Digital Innovation.


Our Reach:
Public installations reach up to 1,000 people per day.
Spectacles are performed worldwide to audiences of up to 10,000 people a night.

We have spoken at INK, WIRED, ReMIX, SxSW Interactive, World Science Fair (New York), IRCAM Paris, Southbank Centre,TEDxRoma, TEDxDanubia and TEDxLondon.
Our Founder, Laura Kriefman is a 2016 INK Fellow (India), 2015 WIRED Creative Fellow, and a 2011-2012 Clore Cultural Leadership Fellow.

 

Our Reach:
Public installations reach up to 1,000 people per day.
Spectacles are performed worldwide to audiences of up to 10,000 people a night.
We have spoken at INK, WIRED, ReMIX, SxSW Interactive, World Science Fair (New York), IRCAM Paris, Southbank Centre,TEDxRoma, TEDxDanubia and TEDxLondon.
Our Founder, Laura Kriefman is a 2016 INK Fellow (India), 2015 WIRED Creative Fellow, and a 2011-2012 Clore Cultural Leadership Fellow.

Where We Work
We are highly skilled at creating themed dance events for unique outdoor locations…

 

Where We Work
We are highly skilled at creating themed dance events for unique outdoor locations…

From deserted forts in Indonesia…


 

From deserted forts in Indonesia…


To abandoned streets in Brazil.
“Guerilla Dance Project are known for creating stimulating dance experiences that permeate the most everyday and prosaic activities.”


Charles Hazlewood, Composer and Conductor.


 

To abandoned streets in Brazil.
“Guerilla Dance Project are known for creating stimulating dance experiences that permeate the most everyday and prosaic activities.”


Charles Hazlewood, Composer and Conductor.


Partners:

We have extensive experience of working with diverse partners from city planners, to curators, to retired Crane Operators.


 

Partners:

We have extensive experience of working with diverse partners from city planners, to curators, to retired Crane Operators.


Collaborators:
We collaborate with a wide range of artists, technologists and the public.

 

Collaborators:
We collaborate with a wide range of artists, technologists and the public.

Technology:
We create interactive dance systems such as LED Dresses, wearable controllers and interactive sound systems

 

Technology:
We create interactive dance systems such as LED Dresses, wearable controllers and interactive sound systems

“Unbounded by any single art form, technology or discipline, Guerilla Dance Project consistently develop and deliver work that is playful, provocative, enticing and inspiring.”

Verity Mackintosh, Pervasive Media Studio


 

“Unbounded by any single art form, technology or discipline, Guerilla Dance Project consistently develop and deliver work that is playful, provocative, enticing and inspiring.”

Verity Mackintosh, Pervasive Media Studio


Recent Work:
We collaborated on Hidden Fields. A unique interactive performance that used dance to explore the sub-atomic world.
Seen at Barbican, UK; ZKM, Germany; World Science Fair, New York; Stanford University & Zspace, San Francisco.
This project won:
Two Media Innovation Awards; Royal Television Society Award; Honorary Mention, Prix Des Arts, Ars Electronica.

 

Recent Work:
We collaborated on Hidden Fields. A unique interactive performance that used dance to explore the sub-atomic world.
Seen at Barbican, UK; ZKM, Germany; World Science Fair, New York; Stanford University & Zspace, San Francisco.
This project won:
Two Media Innovation Awards; Royal Television Society Award; Honorary Mention, Prix Des Arts, Ars Electronica.

“….Delighted and inspired our audiences.

…this responsive form of interdisciplinary work embraces the complexity of how people actually are – thinking, moving, feeling beings that enjoy watching, listening, participating as experts or enthusiasts.”

Emma Ridgway, Curator (Visual Art and Cross Arts). Barbican, UK


 

“….Delighted and inspired our audiences.

…this responsive form of interdisciplinary work embraces the complexity of how people actually are – thinking, moving, feeling beings that enjoy watching, listening, participating as experts or enthusiasts.”

Emma Ridgway, Curator (Visual Art and Cross Arts). Barbican, UK


Crane Dance Bristol:
10,000 people saw Guerilla Dance Project bring three cranes to life in an exquisitely-lit and choreographed routine, perfectly timed to music. The event reached over 4 million people online, without any live streaming, or national press advertising.

This amazing spectacle was a collaboration with MShed, Underfall Yard, Watershed and funded by TheSpace.
www.masscranedance.org

 

Crane Dance Bristol:
10,000 people saw Guerilla Dance Project bring three cranes to life in an exquisitely-lit and choreographed routine, perfectly timed to music. The event reached over 4 million people online, without any live streaming, or national press advertising.
This amazing spectacle was a collaboration with MShed, Underfall Yard, Watershed and funded by TheSpace.
www.masscranedance.org

“The Atmosphere was utter bliss”
“Loved It”
“Mesmerising Spectacle”
“Brilliantly choreographed”
“Over 10,000 imaginations captured, and over 10,000 hearts held”
“Crane Dance Bristol was spectacular”
“The sign of a great event: Woke up this morning still thinking: Wow that was beautiful!”

 

“The Atmosphere was utter bliss”
“Loved It”
“Mesmerising Spectacle”
“Brilliantly choreographed”
“Over 10,000 imaginations captured, and over 10,000 hearts held”
“Crane Dance Bristol was spectacular”
“The sign of a great event: Woke up this morning still thinking: Wow that was beautiful!”

For more information please contact:
Laura Kriefman
laura@guerilladanceproject.com
+44 7740 362 938
www.guerilladanceproject.com

 

For more information please contact:
Laura Kriefman
laura@guerilladanceproject.com
+44 7740 362 938
www.guerilladanceproject.com