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A woman way fares through life, grasping at memories which become less and less reliable with each recollection. What would happen if she wholeheartedly embraced the insecurity of the present?
Tara D'Arquian is a choreographer, dancer and actress working across London and Brussels. After graduated from the Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music and Dance, Tara was awarded the Compass Commissions scholarship through Trinity Laban and Greenwich Dance Partnership. Her projects and collaborations were presented at the Southbank Centre, The Place, Gulbenkian Cinema, The Yard Theatre, Shunt Vaults and Greenwich Dance.
Gareth Mitchell is a singer, guitarist, composer and sound designer. MA in Sound Art, UAL. Works presented at Ballet am Rhein, Print Room, Emerge Festival, Vault Festival 2017, La Nuit Blanche (Calgary), UAL Showroom, Angus Hughes Gallery. Albums released for Kranky, Staalplaat, Revolution Harmony.
Supported by DanceEast and L’Escaut Architectures.
One Eye Open is about our lives and the inevitable death that awaits us. The world keeps on turning after we’ve gone, and all we wanted is to be loved, respected, and remembered.
Local Tourists present the outcome of their recent outdoor excursions, asking themselves 'can we bring the outside in?' This dynamic duo invite you to feel the wind in your hair, as they traverse and negotiate this fragmented space together.
Local Tourists is company created by two friends, Aine Reynolds and Monika Szpunar.
Together, they have been going on a series of outdoor excursions; Investigating the relationship between bodies and spaces, public and personal, outside and inside, you and I.
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Venue: at The Place