Tara Silverthorn (UK/CH)

is an independent artist-practitioner working in the fields of dance, choreography and bodywork. She leads a diverse performance career internationally with artists such as Rosemary Lee (UK), Jana Unmüssig (DE), Vera Tussing (UK/BE), Liam Steel (UK), Mara Vivas (UK/VE), Claudia Bosse/theatercombinat (AT), as well as movement direction for award-winning theatre company, Mechanimal (UK). Collaboration comb with a silent b with Asher O’Gorman received the Jardin d’Europe Wild Card (partnered with Southbank Centre, London) and BKA Startstipendium. Tara is a co-director of Eleven Farrer House, creating works for theatre, film and site-specific, performed at locations such as LABAN Theatre, Siobhan Davies Studios, Happisburgh Lighthouse and Wolstonbury Hill. List of works: circle of perpetual choirs (2018), Portraits from Millfield (2018), Landscape of Giants (2017), Chalk. Body. Barrow. (2017), Species of Spaces (2016) and Disappearance at Sea (2014). Commissions include Hurst Festival, Peterborough Presents and Trinity Laban. Projects are funded by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland. She co-authored a chapter with Dr. Naomi Lefebvre Sell and Lucille Teppa. Moving as a thought process: the practice of choreography and stillness was published in the Routledge Companion to Dance Studies 1st Edition (2019). Their artistic research was presented extensively through workshops and conferences in the UK and Hong Kong. Tara is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, practicing in Bristol (UK), where she

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Asher O’Gorman (AT/IE/UK), Daniel Lercher (AT) & Tara Silverthorn (UK/CH)

Abholmöglichkeiten im WUK:
Fr 4., 11, 18. & 25. 6. // 14 bis 19 Uhr