present

director & producer

enter the    /move through     /take up     /leave     

A Site Specific Performance for The Galvanizers at SWG3, June 2018

“An exploration into the choreographic potential of air and space using movement, smoke, light, sound, sculpture, bodies and breath; this is a performance of material elements that considers how a space choreographs the body and how bodies can choreograph space.

Made for The Galvanizers; a 6000sq.ft. former ship yards turned night club and exhibition space at SWG3 Glasgow and developed in response to the site and in collaboration with the artists experiential understanding of space and their personal archive of memory. Laura offers  enter the    / move through      /take up      /leave      to the audience as a gentle meditation into power, presence and place.”

Image Credit: MollyMae Whawell

research placement

The Work Room

Glasgow, April- June 2018

The Work Room (TWR) is an artist-led membership organisation. Our members are artists who work in dance, movement and choreography. 

Our mission is to empower artists to lead in their practice, enabling them to make high quality, pioneering dance for diverse contexts at home and internationally.

From our purpose-built studio space within Glasgow’s Tramway, we host supported residencies for choreographers. We are committed to supporting a sustainable environment for independent artists working in dance in Scotland.

Image Credit: The Work Room

research placement

Luke Pell

Associate Artists, Dance Base, Edinburgh

Glasgow, April- May 2018

"Fascinated by detail, nuances of time, texture, memory and landscape Luke Pell is an artist living in Scotland.  Maker, curator, dramaturg he collaborates with other artists and organisations imagining alternative contexts for performance, participation and discourse that might reveal wisdoms for living. Noticing threads that weave between people and place his work takes form as intimate encounters, poetic objects, installations and environments – choreographies – for physical and virtual spaces."

laura fisher

performance 

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