BATCH:2 is the second annual season of Sunday afternoon performances throughout August at The Bakery Studio, Jedburgh. This year the programme has expanded to include experimental studio performances, dance screenings and dance installations and brings together many of Scotland’s most innovative and distinguished dance makers to perform works that push at the edges of contemporary dance. The thread running through the programme is an exploration of different ways of making, performing and presenting including movement scores, collaborative working and improvisational structures. Several of the performances include live music and audiences are invited to stay for post- performance conversations over tea and coffee, which opens the work up for discussion.
Artists include Tim Rubidge, Audicia Lynne Morley, In the Making, air field collective, Merav Israel and Dudendance.
Each Sunday in August The Bakery will host a different studio performance of new work.
All performances begin at 4 pm.
Entry is free and no booking is required.
Aug 5th entr’actes Merav Israel & Claire Pencak
Dancing between emergence and presence, this duet composes itself in real time
Aug 12th In the Making: (iii)
Ten dancers navigate compositional scores. Live music by Peter Nelson & friends
Aug 19th Double Bill Merav Israel | James Wyness
Fields (extract) Merav Israel https://www.meravisrael.com/
A listening to ‘new work’ built around sound,space and performances
VENUE : THE BAKERY
Rear of 11A Exchange Street,
Look out for the chalk board at the top of the alley next to the Jed Chippy.
Free Parking in Abbey Car Park
We apologise that the Bakery Studio does not have disabled access.
It is on the second floor and access is only via stairs.
For further information please contact Claire Pencak by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Drawing by Brian Hartley
Thank you Brian
Image by Felicity Bristow
Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements is the title of a new collaboration with visual artist Felicity Bristow. We hope the first of a series.
For this project our site of reference and reflection is the geological formation of Hutton’s Unconformity at Inchbonny, Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders.
The performance is part of a day long programme of artist led events in Jedburgh on November 19th 2017 as part of the wider ‘Mapping the Borders’ programme for the Being Human Festival .
‘We are not to look for nature in a quiescent state; matter itself must be in motion, and the scenes of life a continued or repeated series of agitations and events’
James Hutton, Theory of the Earth 1788 Continue reading