Inspired by the monochromatic images of M.C. Escher, choreographer Eleanor Tapper set out to explore the use of tessellations, impossible objects and illusions. The images created by the dancers form an intriguing visual puzzle for the audience to solve. The viewer becomes an investigator and is as much a part of the work as the performers themselves. Immerse yourself in a world of geometry and movement.
Eleanor Tapper Dance Company was formed in 2017 during choreographer Eleanor Tapper’s final year at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. ETDC research and perform work on diverse topics to showcase links between dance and other disciplines. Particular areas of interest for the company include geometry, science, music, myths, equality and innate human curiosity.
Suitable for ages 12+. Duration 50 minutes.