Images from Crane Dance Bristol 3rd October 2015
Devised and choreographed by Laura Kriefman as part of the inaugural The Space/ WIRED Creative Fellowship, and supported by the Watershed.
People came to see Crane Dance Bristol. The audience age ranged from 3-73 years old.
People engaged online with Crane Dance Bristol (on twitter, instagram, Facebook, websites and periscope).
Was trending in Bristol live, despite being on at exactly the same time as the England v Australia Rugby World Cup Game.
Crane Dance Bristol has been devised and choreographed by Laura Kriefman as part of the inaugural Space/WIRED Creative Fellowship, supported by the Watershed. Lighting was designed by Howard Eaton and Emma Chapman of Studio Three Sixty.
Crane Dance Bristol was a collaboration between M Shed, Underfall Yard, RSVP, Whistling Treason Shantie Singers, The Balmoral, Bristol Gig Club, Bristol Channel Social Rowers and was possibly thanks to the collaborative energies of the PM Studio, Nth Screen, Visual Persistence, Drew Cox, Showsafe, Studio Three Sixty and Virtually VR.
Laura Kriefman is an award winning Choreographer and Creative Technologist. She is the 2015 WIRED Magazine / The Space Creative Fellow and a 2011-2012 Fellow of the Clore Cultural Leadership Programme. Her Company, the Guerilla Dance Project are an innovative dance company resident at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol who specialise in Augmented dance: the fusion between movement and technology. Recent work has been seen world wide including Brazil, Ireland, Croatia Indonesia, Germany and the Netherlands and has been featured in Wired, Huffington Post, The Guardian, and published by MIT press, in Molecular Aesthetics. Recent awards include: Outstanding Contribution to Innovation – Media Innovation Award 2013; Best Exhibition/Event- Media Innovation Award 2013; Royal Television Society Award for Best Digital Innovation 2012; and an Honorary Mention, Prix Des Arts, Ars Electronica.