You, Me, Us
Photo: Pierrick Mouton
A performance by Florence Peake
Florence Peake draws from previous solo work and visual art practice to make new propositions concerned with the collective performative experience.
Voracious hole project is an umbrella title for a series of different explorations into ideas around penetration from an energetic as well as somatic, physical perspective. She is working with painting, writing, discussion and movement as possible modes/out lets to explore the body as ‘inter-penetrating waves of energy constellating in time and space’ and marginalised/invisible sexualities in culture/social as dismissed but vibrant elements.
Florence Peake is a London based dancer, visual artist and choreographer. Peake’s practice uses drawing, painting and sculpture materials combined with found, appropriated and fabricated objects placed in relationship to the moving body. Site and the placement of performance and audience, live and recorded text, as well as a well-developed sense of wit and humour, are key to her body of work.
Her work has been shown internationally and presented work at the National Portrait Gallery, performing group work Paper Portraits; BALTIC, Newcastle ensemble piece MAKE; Hayward Gallery- a 3 month performance installation as part of the Mirrorcity show; David Roberts Art Foundation; Yorkshire Sculpture Park; Modern Art Oxford; Chapter Arts, Cardiff, Harris Museum, Preston, Exchange, Penzance.
As a teacher she has taught extensively dance, improvisation and Choreography in the UK and internationally. She is a certified Skinner releasing teacher qualified to teach to Ongoing and Advanced levels.
When: Friday 6/1/2017, 21.30
Entrance: 5 €
Reserve a place at 210-9248328 or at firstname.lastname@example.org