Each of us brings a long and diverse experience of
working in our own fields.
is a socially-engaged dance artist, movement director and producer with thirty years’ experience of making community and professional dance theatre work.
She trained at London Contemporary Dance School and CalArts; and has worked with companies and artists including: Frantic Assembly, Richard Alston Dance Company, Northern Ballet Theatre, Balbir Singh, Cie Willi Dorner, Wrestling School / Howard Barker.
A multi-instrumentalist and composer
from Montreal, Ric Byer has worked in Canada, UK and Asia as a multi-instrumentalist (bass, percussion, vocals) and session musician.
As 05Ric, he has created and published music with Gavin Harrison (King Crimson, Porcupine Tree).
has more than 20 years of experience as a videographer, animator, vj and visual artist, Emilio’s work explores aspects of generative Art and ways to use sensors as a resource for creating audio visual installations.
Emilio works collaboratively across different disciplines to create art experiences that can help people understand and engage with complex and quick changes that our planet and us as a species are going through.
Ellen Conrad graduated from London College of Fashion with a BA Costume for Performance and her work explores oversized geometric structures and how they relate to the movement of the performer and vice versa.
Ellen is currently working predominantly in film, most recently on Alien Culture and Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, and is developing a practice around dance and costume in live & film performance.
Willa studied contemporary dance at Trinity Laban after graduating in 2019, She did a further year training at Performact, Portugal.
She is interested in exploring her body and movement through the imagination, sensations and through a dialogue with the environment.
Winona Guy is a dance artist based in Devon, working across the South West and London.
She works as a choreographer, performer and community dance facilitator and teacher, working across contemporary dance and performance art disciplines. She works predominantly with Improvisation, Release, Contact Improvisation, Somatic Practice and Interdisciplinary practice.
Murmur is an experimental and multi-sensory exploration of deep ecological time, mycelium communication and the subconscious.Through a series of intimate encounters, blending movement, music and projection to amplify natural phenomena, Murmur invites you into a hidden and otherworldly sphere where communication takes place on a vibratory level.
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