A digital dance performance available on-demand and at special in-person screenings with artist Q&A at Battersea Arts Centre.
REwired combines dance, projection and sound to investigate the experiences of people with neurological disabilities (including MS), shedding light on the unusual physical symptoms associated with the condition.
Dancers, composers, projection mappers collaborated in 4 research residencies over 6 months in 2018 to explore a range of unique physical symptoms experienced by people with neurological disabilities, as well as memories of and resistance to living with diagnosis.
The artists responded to real life stories offered by neurodisabled Creative Consultants from research and participation workshops in medical centres and hospitals. Our Creative Consultants are co-creators of the work, feeding back on work and shaping the project as it develops.
25 Jun - 11 July: on-demand video content
7.30pm Sat 10 July & 2pm Sun 11: July Battersea Arts Centre in person event.
Special invitation: everyone that has experience of neurological conditions like MS, acquired brain injury and Parkinson's.
This project is supported by a WAF grant.
Battersea Arts Centre / 10 July, 7.30pm — 8.30pmPay what you can, no booking required
Battersea Arts Centre / 11 July, 2.00pm — 3.00pmPay what you can, no booking required
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