Open Practice as part of “Horseplay” in our REFINE residency.

OPENLAB this month will be run by anthologyofamess.

Have a look.

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December is here and anthologyofamess have good news to share with you.

We, Mariana Camiloti, Antonio de la Fe, Manou Koreman, Petra Söör and Robert Vesty are very glad to let you know that we have been selected to take one of the REFINE residencies at Chisenhale Dance Space this December (something you may have already heard).

Our ethos as “anthologyofamessers” towards making performances aligns itself with that of OPENLAB towards training as performers. OPENLAB is an artistic self-development project which regularly takes the shape of shared practice both in the studio and outdoors, and it was initiated by Antonio although all of us have taken part in it one way or another.

For the REFINE residency at Chisenhale Dance Space we want to bring together our performance making as well as our performance practice preparation.

So during the residency, OPENLAB and anthologyofamess will get together and the lab will…

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About Antonio de la Fe

Antonio is a Spanish choreographer and performer based in London with a background in physiotherapy and Pilates. After coming relatively late to dance and initially studying it in Madrid, they came to London in 2006 where they completed a Performance MA at The Place, writing on The Creation of Solo Choreography Through Deep Engagement with The Application of Mental Imagery Specific Processes for his thesis. Since then, the has danced for Florence Peake, Matthias Sperling, Jonathan Lunn, Eva Recacha, Carla Onni, Annie Lok, Melita Spahic and Riccardo Buscarini and his choreographed works include the Place Prize finalist piece (2011) Cameo, an open OPENLAB: a hybrid, Va por Vds., and A void. They are also a co-founder of the performance collective anthologyofamess. Antonio was a recipient of the BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowship, with support from Independent Dance, in 2015. During this fellowship, they worked on researching and developing their Unrehearsed Series (Crocodile, Make Me Cool, A Piece for Two: Lovers) in collaboration with producer Martine Painter. Currently, they are expanding on the idea of the Unrehearsed Series and developing a set of choreographic practices under the name Speculative Choreographies.

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