RAMBLING'S GONNA BE THE DEATH OF ME (2016)
Running time 25mins
Rambling is gonna be the death of me is moulded on a retrospective on the act of growing up.
As three emerging artists coming from Europe and Asia, we intended to devise a piece of work which tells the story of two individuals merging identities.
It is a creative response to the interactions and influences others have on our behaviours.
With passion and humour MicroMacro explores choreographic tools to share with its audience their aesthetic and begin a dialogue on the ongoing experience of growing.
Originally devised and performed at Yorkshire Dance (EN), Live Art Bistro (EN), Agitart Festival (SP) TRIBE 16 Festival (EN) by
Faye Tan and Iris Borràs, choreography by Clementine Telesfort
Faye Tan | After training at the School of the Arts in Singapore, Faye moved to London to enter Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, where she was humbled to receive the Charlotte Kirkpatrick Prize in her second year, She then went on and joined Northern School of Contemporary Dance Postgraduate Performance Company, Verve with which she devised and toured works by Anton Lachky, Efrosini Protopapa and Athina Vahla. Faye recently joined Singapore based company Frontier Danceland as a full time member. In addition, Faye is also a avid choreographer and filmmaker.
Iris Borràs | Iris joined Northern School of Contemporary Dance Postgraduate Performance Company, Verve after having had graduated from Institut del Teatre in Barcelona. Her interests range from illustration, dance and to politics. Iris has devised and toured works by Efronini Protopapa, Renaud Wiser, Clementine Telesfort, and Anton Lachky. Iris looks at defining her style of dance, expand her artistic vision and develop her creativity, whilst working as a professional dancer.
Rambling's gonna the death of me