CAJ COLLAB are back with another evening of dance and collaboration.
What to expect
CAJ COLLAB invites two artists from different disciplines who have never worked together before and gives them a day to play. What they come up with is entirely up to them and they must perform it that evening!
My Panda Shall Fly AKA Suren Seneviratne is a Sri-Lankan born multi-disciplinary artist & musician based in South London. Trained at Goldsmith’s University, Seneviratne has released music on international record labels and performed extensively across Europe at venues including Tate Modern, Roundhouse and Boiler Room. Recent work includes sound design for Novation, Google Daydream VR & Gucci.
Stephanie is a dancer from London. She works predominantly as a performer with dance artists and makers, including long-term collaborator Roberta Jean, Theo Clinkard, Lucy Suggate, Julie Cunningham, Janine Harrington, Laura Dannequin, Dan Canham, Damien Jalet, Hussein Chalayan, Seke Chimutengewende, Jamila Johnson-Small and New Art Club amongst others. Stephanie’s film work includes Suspiria (2018) and World War Z (2013). She was a Sadler’s Wells Summer University artist (2015-2018) and is a movement and rehearsal director for dance, theatre and circus. She is currently establishing a mentoring practice for independent dance-makers and the fashion industry. Stephanie is dancer / co-artistic director of Nora with Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, who’s latest commission began in Autumn 2018 with Deborah Hay.
About CAJ COLLAB
CAJ COLLAB is a creative way of looking at the politics of how performance is made, stemming from a desire to facilitate collaborations away from the high stakes, laborious structure of: funding – rehearsal – performance.
In this series, CAJ COLLAB founders, Eve Veglio-White and Michael Kitchin bring together live artists, dancers, poets, actors, musicians to play and experiment together.
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