Created for the Neighbourhood festival at the South Bank Centre in July, and Lambeth Cultivate, Corali dancers created two new duets that explored what it is to dance in unison and to come in and out of time with each other, within the same dance.
In September, the duets were also shown at Team London Bridge festival and the inaugural GoLive festival, curated by Donald Hutera.
During March, Corali participated in the Side by Side exhibition and associated events at the South Bank Centre, hosted by the Rocket Artists. Corali performed at the Private View, with the Rocket Artists, and also led a session in the ‘Thinking through doing’ Symposium day.
It was a wonderful experience to be part of this project and to share ideas about inclusive practice with some leading national and international companies.
Early in 2013, Corali’s film At Last, got further exposure with 4 more screenings. Corali was thrilled that it was selected to be screened at ‘Dugout’, an inclusive arts festival in London and at the Side by Side exhibition at South Bank Cetnre. Shortly before that, it was shown at the BBC Performing Arts Fund showcase event in Salford and just before Christmas, it was shown in Beijing alongside Epic Arts new film, Exhale.
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