Louvelle Dance

post-discipline arts company currently based in Dorset.

A night of performance, cabaret and music. Fundraising to help get //Navigate to Berlin to perform during the month of performance art in may.Line Up:Maeve ScullionJessica McKerlieSissy Kate Bush- Niall HuntSam Reynolds Signs OnPaula Burke- GirgisEmma LouvellePaula Bourke- GirgisSam HackingRam SamoshaMusic:Chris and the celeriacBalthazar MattarExpect the unexpected from //NAVIGATES: David James, Jasmine Lee, Sadie Edgington, Charlotte Hailey Watts, Nuria Guix and Gerald Curtis as we host interactive performances and activities throughout.navigateworkshop.tumblr.com/twitter.com/nvgte

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In the studio with Alys North.

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Movement research with Alys North.

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Movement research with Alys North.

Emma Louvelle will be performing at Quick Shifts at Embrace Arts in Leicester on 16th March 2014.

Emma Louvelle will be performing at Quick Shifts at Embrace Arts in Leicester on 16th March 2014.

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Found choreography, focusing on creating an emotional narrative with hand movements.
By Emma Louvelle

Posted also on http://www.foundchoreography.blogspot.com/

Manus will be shown at Cinedans as part of Peter Delpeut’s found choreography showing.

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Entering the final stretch was Emma Louvelle's dance piece, set to Madonna and a musician I didn't recognise (if anyone knows please comment, it was a nice song!).  Louvelle frolicked within symbols of mainstream femininity: makeup, body hair removal, cuddly toys and pop music; transforming mundanity and fluffy stereotypes into a viciously sharp weapon.  Lit from behind like a detective conducting an interrogation she ran a razor over her legs and smeared rouge over her face, ending up as a shamanic, over-the-top caricature of what a woman 'should' be.
- See more at: http://www.londoncitynights.com/2014/02/new-space-performance-o-p-e-n-by.html#sthash.WUiI8HUN.dpuf
 

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Entering the final stretch was Emma Louvelle's dance piece, set to Madonna and a musician I didn't recognise (if anyone knows please comment, it was a nice song!).  Louvelle frolicked within symbols of mainstream femininity: makeup, body hair removal, cuddly toys and pop music; transforming mundanity and fluffy stereotypes into a viciously sharp weapon.  Lit from behind like a detective conducting an interrogation she ran a razor over her legs and smeared rouge over her face, ending up as a shamanic, over-the-top caricature of what a woman 'should' be.
- See more at: http://www.londoncitynights.com/2014/02/new-space-performance-o-p-e-n-by.html#sthash.WUiI8HUN.dpuf

 

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CLUSTER BOMB [collective] performing “Rodins’ Island” and “Marooned Miniatures” as part of V&A Friday Late: Hackney Wick Takeover curated by Ruth Lie and sponsored by MasterCard. 

CLUSTER BOMB [collective] devised two brand new site-responsive performances developed from their current project I / AM / THE / ISL▲ND, inspired by J.G. Ballard’s novel Concrete Island. Their performance draws on the novel’s key themes of memory, regeneration and isolation, in response to the past, present and future of Hackney Wick.
 

CLUSTER BOMB [collective] at the V&A were: Jack Condon, Eliza Soroga, Emma Louvelle, Alicia Radage and Sebastian H.W.

Photography © Camilla Greenwell & CLUSTER BOMB [collective]

@CLUSTERBOMBc ‪#‎iamtheisland‬

My practice is now mainly documented on my blog, “the explorations of the double headed goatfish”.

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Images from ‘Dish’.

Choreography & performance by Emma-Jane Martin

Photo’s Steve Tanner

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Promo shot for Alys Norths new work, ‘This is How the Brain was Born’.

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Promo shot for Alys Norths new work, ‘This is How the Brain was Born’.