Maybe there will be stars (2019) is a moving image work I produced as artist in residence during the Haarlem Artspace Collectivism Residency.
Each day of the residency I facilitated a movement practice with the residency artists, guided by my own interest in embodied encounters with landscape, and the imprints left on people in communion with the environment. Maybe there will be stars (2019) witnesses the conclusion of our collective daily practice engaging with landscape through embodiment.
Corporeal, visceral and organic, Maybe there will be stars (2019) situates viewers in Wirksworth’s rural landscape, just outside of Haarlem Mill.
Shaping the visual experience of dancing, my presence and relationship with the people, the place and the camera, is gradually revealed: people dancing together – and separately – outdoors.
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With Haarlem Artspace Collectivism Residency Artists:
Arit Emmanuela Etekudo, Alice Gale-Feeny, Rosie Reed Gold, Marília Guarita, Joanna Heron, Hayleigh Longman, Penny Newell, Georgia Nicolau, Simone Oliveira, and Emma Raynard.
Haarlem Artspace champions rural contemporary art regionally, nationally and internationally through gallery and online exhibitions, residencies, publications, symposia, talks and events.
With an ambitious annual programme of exhibitions, residencies and events, Haarlem Artspace attracts broad audiences to the historic town of Wirksworth, which sits in an inspiring landscape. Collaboration is at the heart of their work and through connections to a broad cultural network, they encourage the cross-pollination of ideas and facilitate inter-disciplinary knowledge exchange.
Special thanks to
Haarlem Collectivism Residency Artists