Stephanie Schober’s Tracing Gestures premiered at The Borough Hall

News | 22 February 2017

Stephanie Schober

In February 2017, Stephanie Schober premiered her latest work – a site-sensitive version of Tracing Gestures, reimagined for The Borough Hall.

Using a range of visual media, the choreography was documented across a range of different surfaces throughout the space, with audiences moving to follow these intense interactions between performers and their visual tracing of movement.

Stephanie Schober collaborated with a group of artists including performers Richard Court, Owen Ridley Demonick, Jack Sergison and Stephen Moynihan, lighting designer Jackie Shemesh and visual artist Juan Guerra to create this site-sensitive piece.

Tracing Gestures is a 2016 Compass Commission presented by The Greenwich Dance & Trinity Laban Partnership.

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