I’ve be trying out quiet dancing – dances in the open space that don’t make undue noise – a dancing that I feel is co-choreographed by the requirements of the environment and its non-human inhabitants. Of course I bring my own movement history and habits to this environment, but I’m enjoying the sense that there are other choreographers in this process too. read more…Wednesday, 16 May, 2018
Artist in Residency Walthamstow Wetlands
Fearghus has started his six-month residency as the first dance artist in residence at the Walthamstow Wetlands, Europe’s largest urban wetland nature reserve. During the residency, Fearghus will engage with the theme of refuge, examining the Wetlands as a site of sanctuary for humans and non-humans, for regular and for passing inhabitants. You can read more about his evolving response to the residency in the blog posts on this website.