BNC DanceLab 4-5pm March 23rd at the Scotiabank Dance Centre

Join the Body Narratives Collective (Julia Carr and Meghan Goodman) with Even Oldridge (photographer/engineer) as we open up the Faris Family Studio to share our discoveries from this initial research period integrating dance with photography. Through the support of the DanceLab program, we have explored the integration of computer vision based techniques with dance asContinue reading “BNC DanceLab 4-5pm March 23rd at the Scotiabank Dance Centre”

Habitat: A Community Performance Project

This year BNC was selected by the Vancouver Park Board and the Kensington Community Centre Association as recipients of the 2012 Artists in Communities Program http://vancouver.ca/parks/arts/air.htm. BNC collaborated with Maggie Winston, of Lost and Found Puppet Co, in the creation of Habitat: A Community Performance Project. We organized and facilitated a community engaged site-specific performance usingContinue reading “Habitat: A Community Performance Project”

Performance of Tracing Traces on Granville Island Saturday January 29th

Tracing Traces combines storytelling with dance and photography. In a darkened room the performers dance to create striking, luminescent light paintings. The photographs are projected for the audience to view, adding a visual layer to the movement and text. This work was created by Body Narratives, a dance-based collective with an interdisciplinary focus, featuring membersContinue reading “Performance of Tracing Traces on Granville Island Saturday January 29th”

Body Narratives Collective Performs “Tracing Traces”

Tracing Traces is a collaboration between the Body Narratives Collective (dance artists Siobhan Sloane- Seale, Meghan Goodman and Julia Carr) and painter, engineer, and photographer Even Oldridge.  This work is an investigation into storytelling, dance and photography. We will share stories that have helped us to grow, learning from our fears, confusions, and inhibitions in theContinue reading “Body Narratives Collective Performs “Tracing Traces””