Migration through Dance

Arts & Culture

This three part event takes the audience on a journey. First exploring a map of the world through visual art, live music and participation; and then into a dance which uncovers the individual experience of migration through passports. Followed by a discussion led by Kings College London’s Dr Sarah Fine. 

“A new quirky contemporary dance that takes on nationality, travel and identity - all part of our ‘modern world (BBC South East)  

“It is the kind of game that could be played on a stadium scale" (Writing about dance, Nicolas Mints) 
 

Active Maps 

An audience participation performance led by choreographer Sivan Rubinstein and live music composer Liran Donin. The journey starts with a visual installation designed by Hamish McPherson looking at the world as one home. Through movement, sound and migration, we will then create our very own global map which looks at the constantly changing nature of the world. 

 

Ports that Pass 

Ports that Pass is a collaboration between Loop Dance Company and choreographer Sivan Rubinstein, presenting a physical exploration of passports, travel and identity – illustrated through physical contemporary dance, and music composed by Na’ama Zisser. At a time when borders open and close and passports come in a variety of colours and sizes,  Ports that Pass investigates the passport and portrays some of the stories that individual passports carry. 
 

Panel 

Panel discussion about art and migration with Dr. Sarah Fine (Kings College), Dominik Czechowski (Jewish Museum)and Sivan Rubinstein.  


 

Venue

JW3
Add to Calendar 26/03/2019 19:30:00 26/03/2019 19:30:00 Migration through Dance This three part event takes the audience on a journey. First exploring a map of the world through visual art, live music and participation; and then into a dance which uncovers the individual experience of migration through passports. Followed by a discussion led by Kings College London’s Dr Sarah Fine.  “A new quirky contemporary dance that takes on nationality, travel and identity - all part of our ‘modern world’” (BBC South East)   JW3 DD/MM/YYYY

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