Colin, Simon and I archive

Colin Poole and I started working together as Colin, Simon and I” in 2009. We made politically and racially charged choreographies, and I find it hard to imagine a venue risking presenting these works now.

Here’s the trailer from 2016’s Our White Friend:

And here’s the portrait we made for Jonathan Burrows’ 52 Portraits:

Colin and I no longer have our shared website but I’ve made an archive of the material at skellis.net/colinsimonandi/about.

Up next power of a lifetime The son of an old friend of mine is deep in the world of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Not so long ago, while trying to explain to a nest for hope I like James Bridle’s writing. Here’s an extract from a recent blog post of his called hope needs a place to perch: To learn, to make
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