공·空·Zero: Restriction, Body and Time
A new dance performance by Marc Brew and Bora Kim. The artists attempt to empty the space, time, and their bodies to the state of zero, starting from their most natural condition. Through such an attempt, they show that we are neither the same nor different: being the same and different do not always exist in a pair. Read more.
BREWBAND is a new live integrated interactive music and dance production under construction where boundaries between musicians and dancers blur as they take on each other’s role. Read more.
Quartet No. 1
The work has been driven by the musical score of Leoš Janáček’s String Quartet No. 1 and explores the strength and fragility of two women in isolation. Read More.
An international co-creation between Brazilian artists Natalia Mallo and Giselle Calazans and Marc Brew in a show that explores how re-inventing the past can shape an alternative future. Read more.
An international co-creation between Brazil and the UK in a show that explores Encounter as a catalyst of possibilities including love and intimacy. Read more.
For Now, I am..
For now, I am follows on from Brew’s notable Remember When. Stripped back – for the first time since his car accident in 1997 – Brew will create a work that engages directly with his body as it is now. Investigating and exposing his changed form. Read more.
Following the success of Marc Brew Company’s first outdoor work Nocturne, the company created a second work, (i)land for outdoor locations. Faced with life on a desert island, three characters uncover a means of escape back to civilisation. Read more.
This new work by choreographer Marc Brew in partnership with DanceEast is a collaboration with percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, composer Philip Sheppard and five very talented dancers. Read more.
Leftovers is an eclectic mix of discarded dances carefully gathered from the studio floor – each one with its own potential. Read more.
Remember When draws upon exposure, peeling away layers, using line and extension, intricate folding, placement and re-placement, opens a conversation of remembrance. Read more.