Unwired Dance Theatre
Unwired Dance Theatre makes immersive and playable experiences – for remote audiences, IRL and virtual stages, galleries and more unconventional sites. Our work questions our sense of empathy, especially when mediated through technology, and often explores what remote connection could look like.
From networked wearables to XR, we like to work at the intersection of dance and technology to create unique and thought-provoking experiences, with meaningful audience participation at its core.
“What’s the future of digital performance?”
by IJAD Dance Company
IJAD Dance Company
IJAD is leading the exploration of movement, science and technology. Through engagement and research, we collaborate with communities and create opportunities for all. IJAD has been working with science and technology events since commissioned by the Science Museum to create a performance for Lates in 2013. We use dance and digital technology to explore the big scientific themes such as space and gravity and their impact upon human health and wellbeing. Our work has been shown at FACT, Manchester Science Festival and at venues around the UK and beyond. Over the past four years we have engaged with over 1,600 workshop participants, 52 artists and 15,300+ audience members (both live and virtual), across 34 countries.
Open Online Theatre
Interactive live streaming platform from IJAD Dance Company,https://twitter.com/theatre_open
offering artists opportunities to incorporate the creative use of technology in their performance practice
Open Online Theatre is a virtual rehearsal and performance space allowing artists to collaborate with their community and create shows designed primarily for live streaming. Making it easier for existing venues to see the work of emerging talent.
Every season we welcome resident artists to take part in our 12-week programme.
The Prism Project
We are a multi-disciplinary dance company based in Exeter.
We work with a strong focus on contemporary dance that integrates music, film and lighting design. Together, we aim to create energising and uplifting performance work.
We are working to extend our mixed arts practice to workshops and community settings.