Interview Image credit: Youth Educational Camp, Seliger 2014. Photo by Denis Solodkov

Anna Kravchenko and Katya Ganyushina

“There is a certain revival compared to previous years: a new generation grows up, experienced artists return to the practice after several years of silence.”

Review Breakin' Convetion 2015 - G.O.P. Dancers

Breakin’ Convention 2015

To my generation (or me, at least), hip hop is a convention, both in opposition to the mainstream, and aspiring towards it.

Blog Shannon Bott and Natalie Cursio in Recovery (http://www.natcursio.com/project/recovery). Image courtesy of Rachel Roberts.

Artists as Scholars: Seriously? (Part 2)

‘I’ve done some cheating on both the artist and the scholar, all in the name of “being strategic”’

London Topophobia 11

London Topophobia is 2 year old. Happy Birthday! Lucy Railton I can’t see her, but she is playing the cello, looping it, layering it, distorting Read more >

Divya Kasturi Company: Forgot Your Password?

It has been a while since I have gone to a dance performance, it’s been a longer while since I had seen anything at The Read more >

Sasha Waltz and Guests: d’avant

The Medieval period, or Middle Ages in European history is between the 5th and 15th Centuries according to the gospel of Wikipedia. And there were Read more >

A Response to WILD CARD: Katye Coe, ‘Preparation’

  To watch this response just click: WILD CARD: Katye Coe, Preparation Contributing artists and performers Katye Coe Charlie Morrissey Alve Noë Graeme Miller Related writings: Wild Read more >

I am not a creative industrialist (part 1 of 2)

It’s all about ‘the creative industries’ these days. The creative industries…discourse?…seemed to move up a gear last summer when The Creative Industries Council (CIC) launched Create UK “its vision Read more >