Expanded Landscapes

Public installation


Woodhouse, A. 2022. Expanded Landscapes. Canary Wharf Estate 10 Jun - 06 Sep 2022
TypePublic installation
Title of workExpanded Landscapes
CreatorsWoodhouse, A.
ContributorsLabant, A. (Dancer) and Papadelli, V. (Dancer)
Description

Expanded Landscapes is a performance installation for the environs of Canary Wharf made in collaboration with Nathaniel Rackowe. The work synthesises movement/ dance with architectural forms constructed from materials resonant of the built or urban environment. One of the themes that emerges is the notion of transience as populations filter through the landscape. This is supported by the current questions of evolution as historically expressed through the drive to build more and consume, and which now need
adjusting in the shadow of the climate emergency. We see the performance as an engine that tries to resist collapse but inevitably burns itself out. We address the formal questions of energy through expansion of the space, through repetition, through waves of activity, through gravity and stillness, through meeting and re-forming. The audience will be free to move and view this from multiple perspectives. The quality of light and colour will change over the passing of the day.

Dancers: Alice Labant and Vanio Papadelli.
Commissioned by Canary Wharf PLC for Summer Lights 2022

Output mediaPerformance installation
KeywordsInstallation; Dance ; Sculpture; Light
Sustainable Development Goals9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
Research GroupDance group
EventSummer Lights Festival, Canary Wharf 2022
Publisher or commissioning bodyCanary Wharf PLC
Place of publicationLondon, UK
First publicly available date
Print10 Jun 2022
Publication process dates
Accepted10 Jun 2022
Deposited27 Feb 2024
Output statusCompleted
Files
Image credit
Brain Slater
Media type
Image
File Access Level
Restricted
Supplemental file
File Access Level
Restricted
Copyright Statement

Copyright Angela Woodhouse
credit Brian Slater

Web address (URL)https://secretldn.com/canary-wharf-summer-lights/
LanguageEnglish
Permalink -

https://repository.mdx.ac.uk/item/vq249

  • 29
    total views
  • 1
    total downloads
  • 3
    views this month
  • 0
    downloads this month

Export as

Related outputs

Who Cares: the aesthetic use of thermal imaging to explore the role of touch as a signifier of care, contamination, intimacy and trust
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2024. Who Cares: the aesthetic use of thermal imaging to explore the role of touch as a signifier of care, contamination, intimacy and trust. in: Encountering Environments: Perspectives from the Arts and Humanities London, UK Taylor & Francis (Routledge).
Who Cares
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2023. Who Cares. Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, UK 05 Aug - 02 Sep 2023
Who Cares – the aesthetic and expressive capture of the body through thermal imaging
Woodhouse, A. 2023. Who Cares – the aesthetic and expressive capture of the body through thermal imaging . Modes of Capture Symposium 2023. University of Limerick, Ireland 09 - 10 Jun 2023
Merging bodies: The application of thermal technology as an expressive tool to investigate touch in the creation of a new Dance screen work
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. Merging bodies: The application of thermal technology as an expressive tool to investigate touch in the creation of a new Dance screen work. The Encountering Environments Symposium 2022. Chichester University, UK 08 - 08 Oct 2022
Seeing beyond the visible: a choreography of breath and touch
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2021. Seeing beyond the visible: a choreography of breath and touch. Platform: Journal of Theatre and Performing Arts. 15 (1), pp. 124-135.
(de)figured in Dubai installations
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2019. (de)figured in Dubai installations. Alserkal Lates.
Thermal duets installation
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2019. Thermal duets installation. Marsden Woo Gallery.
(Un)touched (floor) installations
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2019. (Un)touched (floor) installations. CODA International Dance Festival.
(Un)touched - floor piece at the National Museum of Belgrade as part of IFTR 2018
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2018. (Un)touched - floor piece at the National Museum of Belgrade as part of IFTR 2018. IFTR 2018: World Congress, National Museum of Belgrade 09 - 12 Jul 2018
(De)figured Installation performance research
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2018. (De)figured Installation performance research. White City Place, 195 Wood Lane, London W12 7FQ 01 Jun 2018
I will take you with me (2013) presented at Slowing and Stilling symposium, Birmingham Conservatoire, as part of Birmingham International Festival 2018
Woodhouse, A. 2018. I will take you with me (2013) presented at Slowing and Stilling symposium, Birmingham Conservatoire, as part of Birmingham International Festival 2018. Slowing and Stilling: foregrounding process in performance practices. Birmingham Conservatoire 11 - 12 Jun 2018
'Exposure' working title sharing of practical research in March 2018
Woodhouse, A., Broadhead, C. and Sandiland, N. 2018. 'Exposure' working title sharing of practical research in March 2018. Exposure - research using a thermal imaging camera. Coventry University 23 Apr 2018
Close Distance
Woodhouse, A., Broadhead, C. and Sandiland, N. 2017. Close Distance. Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire 08 Mar - 01 May 2017
Sighted: an overview
Broadhead, C. and Woodhouse, A. 2017. Sighted: an overview. Dance Research Aotearoa. 5 (1), pp. 59-70. https://doi.org/10.15663/dra.v5i1.63
Between (2011): Intimacy and spectacle in tension ans dialogue
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2018. Between (2011): Intimacy and spectacle in tension ans dialogue. in: Brown, C. and Longely, A. (ed.) Undisciplining Dance in Nine Movements and Eight Stumbles Auckland Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 138-150
(Un)touched
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2016. (Un)touched. Lobby One Canada Square, Canary Wharf 09 Feb 2016
Sighted at Saatchi for Collect 15
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2015. Sighted at Saatchi for Collect 15.
(Un)touched...research phase 2
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2015. (Un)touched...research phase 2. Inside Out Festival, G11, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London, UK 20 - 21 Oct 2015
(Un)touched phase 1
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2014. (Un)touched phase 1. Lakeside Gallery, Nottingham 26 - 30 Jul 2014
Sighted (2009) collaboration, boundaries, performance, and audience
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2016. Sighted (2009) collaboration, boundaries, performance, and audience. Beyond Jewellery: Performing the Body Symposium. Birmingham City University, United Kingdom 17 Mar 2016
Sighted (2009) Audience as Performer
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2016. Sighted (2009) Audience as Performer. Audience, Experience, Desire: interactivity and participation in contemporary performance & the cultural industries. University of Exeter, United Kingdom 29 - 30 Jan 2016
(Un)touched
Woodhouse, A. and Rackowe, N. 2016. (Un)touched.
Between
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2011. Between. Trinity Laban Bonnie Bird stage 24 Jan 2011
Sighted
Woodhouse, A. and Broadhead, C. 2009. Sighted. The Place, London 2009
Court
Broadhead, C. and Woodhouse, A. 2003. Court. Court toured to 13 venues across the UK including: Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham 13-18 January, 2005; Yorkshire Sculpture Park 16-20 November 2005; Sadlers Wells Theatre, London 16,17,18 November 2006. 26 Jun 2003