Author: Josephine Leask

Josephine Leask is a dance writer and lecturer. Having written for a range of dance and art publications, she currently writes for Londondance and the Dance Insider. She lectures in cultural studies at London Studio Centre. Follow her on Twitter @jo_leask

Under are the articles written for DanceTabs.
Liz Lerman.© Lise Metzger. (Click image for larger version)

Dance Umbrella Lecture 2017 – Liz Lerman: “Finding the Thread, Losing the Plot”

Liz Lerman is an enlightened performer, writer, educator and speaker. A tiny woman with a quietly formidable presence, her lecture was an inspirational manifesto for dance and life.

Francois Testory in Medea (Written in Rage).© Manuel Vason. (Click image for larger version)

Jean Rene Lemoine – Medea (Written in Rage) – London

★★★★✰   Testory is a phenomenal story teller; confessional and intimate, I could listen to his lilting intonations forever.

Fevered Sleep’s Men & Girls Dance at Tate Britain.© Tate Britain. (Click image for larger version)

Fevered Sleep’s Men and Girls Dance at Tate Britain

In at the start of the process Josephine Leask talked to Fevered Sleep’s artistic directors Sam Butler and David Harradine about re-staging “Men and Girls” for Tate Britain. It’s an emotive and challenging work to present to an unsuspecting passing audience…

Martina Conti and Stine Nilsen in (Un)touched.© Noah Da Costa. (Click image for larger version)

Angela Woodhouse & Nathaniel Rackowe – (Un)touched – London

★★★✰✰   Conti and Nilsen explore the space, the installation and each other’s forms without making direct contact, their interaction always mediated by a panel of glass or steel meshing.

An image of Sardoville's "A Matter of Impression" bill.© Darren Goldsmith. (Click image for larger version)

Sardoville – A Matter of Impression: Impressed Upon, Attempting to Impress – London

★★★★✰   A Matter of Impression is touching and riveting while Sardoville is a company that exudes energy, skill and inquisitive minds.

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