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Screen.dance 2021 Artists Presentations. Part 3

Curated by Simon Fildes and Iliyana Nedkova


LET’S HEAR IT FROM THE ARTISTS

This is the third of four curated programmes of UK and international artists presentations selected from the open call to the Screen.dance 2021 festival.

Each presentation offers an opportunity to delve deeper into the artists’ practice through a livestream of a pre-recorded presentation and is followed by a live Q&A. Some of the artists prefer to include their dance films in the presentation, whilst others focus on wider issues. Often the films talked about also compete for the Screen.dance 2021 UK or International Jury Awards.

Can’t make it to these Screen.dance 2021 sessions? All artists’ presentations will be uploaded here, on this website, soon after their premiere alongside a growing resource of artists presentations from our earlier festival editions.

Simon Fildes and Iliyana Nedkova, Co-curators

LET’S HEAR IT FROM THE ARTISTS

Screen.dance 2021 Artists Presentations. Part 3

SATURDAY 13 March 2021

12:00-13:00 GMT LIVESTREAM

13:00-13:30 GMT LIVE Q&A

PROGRAMME

Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully has meandered her way in and out of the Dance, Movement and Arts worlds her whole life. She has travelled the world in Off-Broadway shows, small contemporary companies, taught in higher education and found her voice again as “Dancer With An Attitude” writing Dance, Theater and Book reviews.

No Games No Fowl (Short) : Dance for film project about the unexpected twists in life and the transformations that ensue as we follow the journey of a couple of little winged creatures through some strange earthly scenarios.


Jeongbin Lee

Jeongbin Lee is a student majoring in Korean cultural contents at Soonchunhyang University in Korea. Studying film, visual arts, and direct short films, music videos, etc. In 2018, Jeongbin Lee won the 22nd Youth Buddhist Photography Contest and in 2019 won the Music Drama Award at the Dongnang Arts Festival of Seoul Institute of the Arts.

Better kind of Bitter : At dusk a beautiful alley, a woman starts dancing.


Sumedha Bhattacharyya

Sumedha Bhattacharyya is an inter-disciplinary dance artist, educator and facilitator whose practice experiments with camera, tradition and gender, focus on screen-dance film-making. Returning to performance and technology. digital interactivity in performance making and staging.

Jam upload download upload jam: An experiment based on sound design based on custom electronics , modular synth and the expressive facial choreography of Navarasa or the Nine emotional states in Indian dance and drama treatise : love (shringaara), laughter (haasya), kind-heartedness or compassion (karuna), anger (roudra), courage (veera), fear (bhayaanaka), disgust (bheebhatsya), wonder or surprise (adbhutha) and peace or tranquility (shaantha).

Inspired by these talks? Stay on for the follow-up live Q&A and discussion Let’s Chat About Screen.dance in Scotland 16:00 – 17:00 GMT

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Screen.dance 2021 Artists Presentations. Part 3

Curated by Simon Fildes and Iliyana Nedkova

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