79 Spaces, a new intergenerational dance performance
79 Spaces is a new work for an intergenerational group of women between the ages of 20 and 70 years old/young. 79 is a rough average of the age that humans will live to be. Working with this sense of time as a guide for a new work, 79 Spaces explores ideas, choreography and movement methodologies and choreographic strategies that explore life in the in between spaces, the value of time, how much time we have left, how much we’ve wasted and as we grow older how our sense of time changes. This research is part of and informed by Jack’s current body of work exploring choreographic strategies that bring people together, paying close attention to the importance of support networks, community, connection, disconnection, isolation, loneliness, care of oneself and others and the never ending search for shared connection and its transformative effects.
Working with Jack to explore this new work are 5 extraordinary dancers with a rich range of experience. Jack is delighted to be working with Charlotte Mclean, Alicia Pirez Curell, Tamsyn Russell, Kally Lloyd Jones and Diane Mitchell.
Jack will collaborate with Aidan Moffat who will create lyrics and text that will go on to form the soundscape of the work
To find out more about this project, please visit Jack Webb performance website
27th September 2018