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oblique, open, filtered, framed

Fruitmarket Warehouse, Edinburgh

Saturday 16  April 2022 - 6pm - 6:45pm

Laura Fisher Space Time FULL SHORTLIST LOW RES Photo Emily Nicholl-2.JPG



A performance by dance artist Laura Fisher, in collaboration with Stephanie Arsoska, Hannah Draper, Sky Su & Kristin Wong

Saturday 16.04.22, 6–6.45pm. Free. Book via Eventbrite 

‘move or be moved by some thing, rather than oneself’
Yvonne Rainer

Drawing on the Warehouse and Jyll Bradley’s installation Pardes as site, both literal and poetic, oblique, open, filtered, framed is an invitation to gather and encounter space, light, sculpture and movement, through a series of shifting arrangements and relations between bodies and space. The work builds on an ongoing enquiry in Fisher’s practice which considers how we move through space and how spaces move us.

The performance is presented as a continuation of research and a sharing of material developed by dance artist Laura Fisher, alongside collaborators Stephanie Arsoska, Hannah Draper, Sky Su and Kristin Wong, during a four-day process of attuning and responding to Pardes.

Audiences are also invited to encounter the work in process throughout the week as the artists work in the Warehouse from Tuesday 12.04.22 – Thursday 14.04.22, 2–5pm.

oblique, open, filtered, framed is part of SPACE/FRAME, a two week residency awarded to Laura Fisher by Fruitmarket and Dance Base.

Image by Emily Nicholl. From 'Glimpsed' a photographic documentation of process, created and shared alongside oblique, open, filtered, framed

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