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© 2019 by Chloe AlIgianni

'A simple and striking reimagining of the space. Absolutely what church spaces should be used for' audience member

Original music: DANI HOWARD, Light: ANNA SBOKOU, Choreography: CHLOE ALIGIANNI, Film: LUCIE SHEPPARD

First Cast: ELZBIETA KOWALIC, ELEANOR PALMER, CLELIA VUILLE, MARKELLA KEFALLONITOU

Musicians: NINA HARRIES, KITY BROOKS

Duration: 1 hourPast performances:St.John's Church, Hillingdon, LondonHeath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead, LondonSt.Andrew's Church, Southgate, London

The work was originally developed with support from Compass Theatre, West London Dance, Hillingdon Council and Heath Street Arts. It is currently being redeveloped at Chisenhale Dance Space for touring, with support from Arts Council England.

WEST

LONDON

DANCE

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. With the kind support of Hillingdon Council, West London Dance & Tomorr Kokona and Compass Theatre Ickenham. Crowdfunded through Indiegogo with the invaluable contributions of: Rhiannon Brace, Vasiliki Kyriakidou, Elizabeth Wallace, Barbara Greco, Sarah Blanc, Jodie Adele Cole,  Candy Newman, Isabelle Probst, I.Buchs, Stelios Kyriakidis, Norman Palmer, Angelika Wirleitner, Ev.Fou, D.Vuille, Ian Bourke, Antonis Androulakakis, Amy E.Palmer, Kostas Chrysikos, Mia Galea, Danae Christakakou and a series of anonymous donors. Currently supported by Arts Council England and Chisenhale Dance Space

INTERSECTION

Unity, duality, trinity, eternity, balance, division, completeness, repetition; the abstract world of numbers translated into ideas. ‘Intersection’ draws inspiration from the symbolic use of numbers in faith, mythology and philosophy and brings original dance and music into sacred spaces. A study of form and emotion, the work brings together architecture, movement, sound and light and creates a unique world where an enchanting web of untold dance stories come to life. 

An ever evolving show, each performance space is the work’s missing piece. The ensemble spend a day to adapt choreography and lighting to its architecture, embrace its history and remould the dance on site, resulting in a unique performance for every site.