Guerrilla dances (live performance)

Liz Aggiss

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

'Guerrilla Dances' is a series of live solo performance interventions and part of an ongoing research project that includes a book publication. Developing a repertoire of short intervention dance pieces, 'Guerrilla Dances' reconstructs and researches archive choreography to present both fact and fiction into coherent sequence of vignettes that tag any performance, like a Banksy of the dance-world, and anarchically cuckoo other practitioners stage space. Produced with a £5,000 ACESE production award, this performance project sustains profile and practice as an independent mature artist whilst continuing to develop work beyond the conventional parameters of dance presentation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherLiz Aggiss
Place of PublicationBrighton, UK
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Bibliographical note

Presentations 08/09 include: British Dance Edition Liverpool 30/1- 2/2/08, Caravan British Council Showcase at the Brighton Festival 11-13/5/08, National Waterfront Museum Swansea 13/7/08, ICA London 4/8/08, Glasgow Merchant City Festival 26-28/9/08, Frieze/Zoo Art Fairs London 17-19/10/08, Stockholm, Malmo, Gothenburg 24/10 - 2/11/08, Lisbon Dance Festival 09 and Loikka Dance Film Festival, Helsinki, Finland, 2009.

Keywords

  • dance
  • choreography
  • dance archive and history

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