Take Me To Bed

Take Me To Bed

My first collaboration with Jo Verrent premieres at Dance Digital’s Mobilities Festival 25-27 April at the Univeristy of Bedford. Take Me To Bed is an installation. An invitation….

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An Open Field

An Open Field

An Open Field is what happens when you walk and talk. Made from a series of unfolding landscapes, both real and virtual, An Open Field is a…

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not so far away

not so far away

Not so far away in this New Year, I’ll be spending some more time at Greenwich Dance.  I’m performing Old Flames at Not Simply Dancing on Saturday…

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walking talking

walking talking

As Autumn is unfolding I’ve been out and about walking and talking with folk all over the UK. Meeting young couples, grown families, early morning…

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Private Party

Private Party

Currently in rehearsal for Janice Parker’s Private Party at The Arches, Glasgow 24-27 October 2013 http://www.thearches.co.uk/events/arts/private-party

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The Long Time

The Long Time

The Long Time is a new area of work being developed in collaboration with Liz Atkin, Catherine Long and Kitty Fedorec  from Autumn 2013 We will be talking about our initial ideas…

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Edge Closer

Edge Closer

Edge Closer is a new digital dance collaboration from Luke Pell & Jo Verrent, developed as Associate Artists with Dance Digital due to premier in April…

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an invitation for a relcamation of community dance - rant.chat.eat - coffee moring

an invitation for a relcamation of community dance – rant.chat.eat – coffee moring

Following on from an earlier coffee morning hosted by Gillie Kleiman, I hosted a coffee morning that began by asking: whether the term  ’Community Dance’…

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the end of E-Motional

the end of E-Motional

April marked the end of the E-Motional Bodies and Cities Artistic Research, Olga, Fearghus, Arianna, Madalina and I shared our emotional mapping process as part…

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International Artists Research

International Artists Research

In January 2013, Luke received Arts Council England’s International Artists Research funding to spend time in New York and Washington DC.  A Case Study and…

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