The work of dance artists Xan Burley and Alex Springer, as creative and life partners, is inherently and essentially collaborative. Since 2008, their cohesive efforts have taken shape as dance theatre for the stage and camera, interdisciplinary work, site-specific performance, durational exhibition, and community engagement. They strive to make work that inhabits spaces holistically, creating physical landscapes that harmonize with each individual project. With multidisciplinary collaborators, they collectively design comprehensive aural, visual, and contextual environments in which performance is experienced intimately. READ MORE
Rachel Devorah is an American sonic artist living in Paris whose research explores contextually-specific practices as sites of feminist resistance and reimagining. Her creative work has been heard at places such as La Fabrique Nantes [France] and the Music for People and Thingamajigs Festival [US]; has been performed by artists such as yarn|wire and JACK quartet; and has been supported by residencies such as MoKS [Estonia] and STEIM [Netherlands]. Her academic work has been published in journals such as Feminist Media Histories (UC press) and parallax (Routledge). She is a member of the improvisation collectives offal (orchestra for females and laptops) and aorist.