Satelliser is a French transitive verb which means to put into orbit. Satelliser: a dance for the gallery is an ongoing performance work realised by an intergenerational group of coworking dance artists. Coworkers cycle through the layered labours of moving, speaking, listening and resting over the course of a day, as they hold buoyant space for conversation to emerge.
Coworkers in 2020:
Iris Chan 陳以葆
Elena Rose Light
Janine Harrington is an artist whose work includes writing, choreography, drawing, public space projects and increasingly costume and space design. She works in collaboration with other artists and publics across works, mainly in gallery and non-stage spaces. Janine’s work prioritises explorations around access, play, agency, confrontation by times/scales beyond the human and neuroqueer experiences of attention, listening and learning. She has honed her practice alongside performing in gallery and museum contexts across Europe, teaching, writing and advocating around neurodiversity.
Her recent work, the kaleidoscopic Screensaver Series (Dance Umbrella, 2018) foregrounds these interests and has been touring since 2018 with collaborating sound artist Jamie Forth and collaborating dancers Vanessa Abreu, Rosalie Bell, Iris Yi Po Chan, Rosamond Martin, Stephanie McMann, Stella Papi, Louise Tanoto and Elisa Vassena.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Fondation Boghossian/ Villa Empain residency and performance programme 2016, Bosse & Baum, Spont Fest/ Copeland Gallery and Siobhan Davies Dance artist-curator mentorship scheme 2014/15.
ALSO DEVELOPED IN LONDON & BRUSSELS WITH: Vanessa Abreu, Charlie Ashwell, Mirte Boegart, Elodie Escarmelle, Alexandrina Hemsley, Lena Kimming, Liz Kinoshita, Ines López Carrasco, Alice MacKenzie, Erik Nevin, Grace Nicol, Katja Nyqvist, Stella Papi, Lizzie Sells, Shannon Stewart, Elisa Vassena, Ana Cristina Velasquez, Karin Verbruggen & Katie Vickers