LAUGHING BONES #1 (2015)
Performance | Exhibition
Laughing Bones #1 was first devised at the Ot301 - 4Bid Gallery in Amsterdam to then be shared as part of a two-days festival TRIBE 15 curated by Chrom-Art.
Laughing bones #1 is looking at the need of reclaiming knowledge. Drawing towards ones ability to connect and understand the intricate self through its link to the earth and by its transmutting capacities.
Working towards a sense of belonging, the two emerging artists aim to create a sensorial map of their own bodies and later into creating a sacred space that links the inward world to the outer.
The notion of Home is reccurent in their approach and nests their artistic sensitivity.
Belinda Papavasiliou and Clementine Telesfort met whilst studying at the TrinityLaban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.
Their artistic duet grew from an urge of connecting each others cultures and creating a cross over in their interest for community based work.
Desireful of deepening their understanding of movement, Belinda and Clementine aim through their working relationship to open their research to other tools, using improvisational scores, the voice and visual arts are often found in their work as a supporting landscape that widens their movement practice.
Engaging with a multiplicity of mediums, their productions are emerging from their knowledge and understanding of the body as an archive. The two artists explore the pathways in which it can lead to an understanding of our nature and open possibilities for creating interactive, political and viceral statements within performances.
Crystal Geology (2015)
Devised and performed at the Ot301-4Bid Gallery | Amsterdam
MicroMacro Dance interview at Tribe 15 Festival curated by Chrom-Art | London
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