E-Space friends: Remnant Dance


by Rosemary Cisneros, Coventry University

Among the dance-related content that will be used for experimenting within the framework of the Europeana Space Dance Pilot, very valuable material was provided by a Dance Collective from Australia.

Remnant Dance is a Perth-‐based collective of performing artists with a vision to “create, make, connect” through creative practice and professional arts performance. Established in 2011, the collective members have generated innovative contemporary dance works; making dance films, site-­specific installation works, as well as short and full length contemporary dance pieces to connect with each other and a broader audience. The core members of the collective have professional backgrounds in ballet and contemporary dance and enjoy collaborating with artists from other creative disciplines, including visual art, fashion design, music, photography and film. Remnant Dance has toured extensively throughout Australia as well as internationally to Vietnam, China and Myanmar.

Official website: www.remnantdance.com.au


Image taken by Alix Hamilton of performers Ellen Avery, Lucinda Coleman, Andrew Haycroft & Charity Ng in rehearsal for the Adelaide Fringe Festival (2013).


Dance Maker: Lucinda Coleman dancemaker @ remnantdance.com.au

Community: Katie Chown community @ remnantdance.com.au

Networking: Esther Scott networking @ remnandance.com.au

Projects: Ellen Avery projects @ remnantdance.com.au

Music: Julie Valenzuela music @ remnantdance.com.au

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RemnantStoriesDance

Facebook: Remnant Dance


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