Noyale Colin

After studying Dance and Music at the Conservatoire National of Nantes, the Conservatoire Supérieur de Lyon, Noyale left France to study at the Martha Graham School Of Contemporary Dance and collaborated in various dance projects presented at leading performing spaces in New York. She then pursued her career by exploring different movement-based practices, and studying picture editing at Ravensbourne College in Kent.  She co-founded Imago Mundi, a collaborative cross art platform, which produced several visual and performing arts projects in the UK and France. Noyale is a lecturer in Performing Arts at The Hackney Community College in Shoreditch.

 

Bruno Humberto

Born in Portugal; Performer, deviser, self-taught composer. Since finishing his studies in Media and Culture Research he worked initially as a journalist, a travel-writer and a pedagogue. Since 2004, he has collaborated with various performance artists and companies, as well as developing solo works and site-specific works internationally. In London he is part of the theatre company “Poemstomyotherself”, has been working with Borja Sagasti in a physical theatre piece called '2 divide', and collaborated with “Mouth to Mouth” performance collective in the Lift Festival 2008, at Southbank Centre. More recently he was exploring site-specific music in the project The Sound Through, launched at Shunt. www.myspace.com/thesoundthrough

 

Roberta Jean

Roberta completed a BA in Contemporary Dance at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, specialising in choreography in 2004. Since then she has collaborated both as a performer for works directed by Janet Archer, Chantal McCormick and Shu Fen Yao and as a creator of performance herself. In 2006 Roberta co-created ‘Playing Heroes Alone’ for NewcastleGatesheads international dance festival. PHA was a site-specific performance situated within one of the oldest buildings in Newcastle. Later in the year Roberta was nominated to attend ColinaMarseille, an arts laboratory founded by Rui Horta. Roberta is currently in residence with Welsh Independent Dance where she is developing a solo, ‘The Fire in my Snow’.

 

Jenny Norris

After graduating from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth with a BA in Drama and Performance in 2003, Jenny went on to work for The Centre for Performance Research. In 2004 she established Scarlet Letter Performance Company with fellow graduate Abi Lake. The company has produced a number of performative installations incorporating new writing, sound and movement. Their works have been performed in venues throughout the UK and Ireland, including both the Dublin and Brighton Fringe Festivals. Jenny has also worked at performance venues including The Roman Eagle Lodge for the Edinburgh Festival.

 

Mrtvol (Tristan Shorr)

Formed in 2007, Mrtvol is a creative enterprise interested in forming collaborative links with a broad range of performance practices and disciplines. Recent projects have explored the use of electronic sound devices, acoustic instruments, found objects and field recordings, in experimental music composition and live performance. Mrtvol has collaborated with dance choreographers, performance artists and experimental film-makers. The sound artists behind the Mrtvol projects are James Alaska and Tristan Shorr who also work under the solo guises of The Alaska None (James Alaska) and The Last Man (Tristan Shorr). They are both finishing an MMus in composition at Goldsmiths University in London and are also members of the experimental noise outfit Vlk.

 

Yara Philippa Burkhalter

Special costumes creator and fabricator, artisan, performer.
She studied Lutherie (Guildhall University) and Technical Effects for the Performing Arts (London College of Fashion) in the UK. She has worked for Robert Allsopp & Associates, a company specializing in providing props, costumes and effects for the entertainment industry in the UK and abroad. She is member of the London-based collective of live artists Leibnizlab founded by Ernst Fisher and Helen Spackman. She currently lives in Berlin, where she collaborates with various artists, performers and props companies.



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