An interactive performance led by artist Abbie Bradshaw, using hula-hooping as a choreographic display focusing largely on the body, its movement, and how we move together.
Loosely directed by the artist, using audience participation to allow the relationship between the body and the object to remain spontaneous and natural. Abbie aims to engage the audience to take part in forming a symbiotic display with a similar aesthetic to a 1980s workout video. She uses sounds, body movement and objects to challenge our movements within the everyday.
You are invited to come along and watch, or take part in each of the 15-minute performances, which involves only hula-hooping led by the artist, in a group of 6 people working together to form a choreographic performance. This requires no expertise in using a hula-hoop but a general interest in using your body and objects as a tool. There are 6 places for each session available, please book your place in advance. The performances will be filmed.
Session one 16:15 – 16:30
Session two 17:10 – 17:25
Session three 19:35 – 19:50
Audience: Specifically aimed at adults
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