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Booth: A Dance Fair

by Simon Ellis, Amy Watson and Heather Caruso

Booth: A Dance Fair comprised six dance-related activities — Solo, Social, Photo, Video, Talk and Lecture — that provided audiences with opportunities to talk, think, listen, watch and dance.

Instructions for use:

  1. Select a booth
  2. Select a track/video/topic/song/choreographer
  3. Start dancing/watching/listening/talking

Friday 25 November 2011 11am to 2.30pm

Bloomberg Space 50 Finsbury Square London EC2A 1HD

Booth: A Dance Fair contained work by a large number of artists that were collected by Simon Ellis, Amy Watson and Heather Caruso. It was presented as part of COMMA 40 from 19 to 27 November 2011.

Artists: Tony Adigun, Melissa Blanco Borelli, Bloom!, John Bohannon, Shannon Bott, Elizabeth Boyce, Pete Brundle, Lucy Cash, Alicia Clarke, David Corbet, Natalie Cursio, Sherril Dodds, Fictional Dogshelf Theatre Company, Becky Edmunds, Simon Ellis, Benedict Johnson, Sam Jones, Stephanie Jordan, Rosemary Lee, Irvin Lewis, Lee Miller, Katrina McPherson, Simon McPherson, Rita O’Connor, Richard Oliver, Cobie Orger, Boriana Pandova, Johan Piersson, Colin Poole, Bagryana Popov, Eva Recacha, Dianne Reid, Simon Richardson, Doug Rosenberg, Nuno Santos, David Severn, Luca Silvistrini, Moreno Solinas, Marten Spangberg, Erica Stanton, Igor Urzelai, Amy Watson, Joanne Bob” Whalley and Paskel Zoch.

Images by Eulanda Shead Photography

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