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SYNOPSIS SHORT SYNOPSIS LONG Burning Gold is an enigmatic art, fashion and dance short film - a passion project in response to the unprecedented global events of the last few years. Three improvisational dancers perform in costumes featuring geometric shapes inspired by natural elements; sun, water and land. Burning Gold addresses themes of climate change and our human connection to nature and each other.
Costume construction: Jessica Evans
Costume Design: Louise Wilkinson
Images: Joe Gollifer
Director: Matt McDermott
Assistant Producers: Alice + Synne
Dancers: Yuma, Théïa and Anouk.
Music: ‘Tide Within’ by Veera Lummi
BODIES OF WATER
This is a dance collection created in collaboration with Synne Lundesgaard and Alice Ortona Coles. The dance was performed as part of London Design Week 2021 on Bankside Beach by the Tate Modern. The dance explored the relationship between bodies of water and our physical human form through sound, movement and shape. 3 meter long skirts were sewn to enhance the dancer's shapes and movement while providing colour contrast between the dancers and our hardened, structured environment.
Screenshot 2022-05-05 at 17.47.38-min
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