Initially triggered by Jane’s father’s old slide projector and his archive of images, Life Forces uses materials, objects and movement to explore light, change, place and home - the utopian impulse to build things together and to let them go. The piece offers a meditation on processes of transformation and loss as the life forces that link everything and everyone.
is a duet performed by choreographer Jane Mason and writer Phil Smith, and
created in collaboration with dramaturg David Williams, award-winning sculptor
Sophia Clist and film-maker Magali Charrier.
Life Forces is funded by Arts Council England, commissioned by ICIA University of Bath and supported by Swindon Dance, The Place, Pavilion Dance South West, The Point, South East Dance, Exeter City Council, and Kaleider.
Mason’s choreography captures the moment when all certainties seem to dissolve,
and life and the human body seem so fragile.’
The House, Plymouth University
Wednesday 14 January | 19:30
Tickets £12.00 Concessions £9.00