Katy Harris McLeod is a dancer and choreographer from Vancouver. I had met her during the imPULStanz in Vienna last year. We have a chat on improvisation and feeling space (instead of designing/defining/intellectualizing it like we architects do).
The second part of the interview is on their ‘brief encounters’ – project. ‘Brief encounters’ brings together two professions to produce a show. You might go to their website to see some videos of it www.tomorrowcollective.com. For me its a very interesting project which shows in how many ways we can communicate and enjoy our time.
– Producing –
Brief Encounters #12 at The Anza Club in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada by the tomorrow collective. May 19th-21st. 12 artists, 6 unusual pairs, 2 weeks to create.
– Performing –
Twisted, a dance work by Martha Carter which explores living with scoliosis. Vancouver International Dance Festival. Vancouver, B.C. Canada. April 1st-4th.
Assembly, a theatre piece by Radix Theatre. BC Scene at the National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. April 24th-25th.
Lunar Rouge, a dance piece by Chick Snipper. Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. June 5th-6th.