Origami - Part of Dance Umbrella Festival 2017 & #LivingLines17
Satchie Noro, Silvain Ohl and Fred Costa in partnership with The Big Draw and A Line Art
Trinity Buoy Wharf
A day of creativity combining dance and drawing inspired by Origami: An incredible dance performance which unites a monumental shipping container and a gravity-defying dancer as part of Dance Umbrella Festival 2017
Part of Dance Umbrella Festival 2017
Sun 15 Oct
Sun 15 Oct
Sun 15 October | Performance times: 1:30 pm & 6:30 pm | FREE
Dance, Drawing and #LivingLines17 Origami sees the unlikely pairing of a monumental shipping container and a gravity-defying dancer. Inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding, this 40 minute, free performance is a breath-holding spectacle where the container gently unfurls, creating a geometric performance space where dancer Satchie Noro dangles from its sharp corners and glides on its vertiginous edges.The container is in continuous movement, oblivious to the mesmerising duet that it is part of.Created by Paris-based Satchie Noroand Silvain Ohl and with music by Fred Costa, Origami is an outdoor event, suitable for everyone.
Be inspired by this astonishing heavy-metal transformation of our cityscape with complimentary drawing materials to inspire your #OrigamiChallenge creations!Some drawing materials supplied or bring your own!
ORIGAMI takes place at 4 other inspiring London venues throughout October - take a look here.
Draw Origami as it unfolds...This Big Draw Festival #LivingLines17 is all about getting you and your marks moving! So, we’re proud to be partnering with Dance Umbrella Festival 2017 and our theatrical inky friends, A Line Art, to bring you a free jaw-dropping day of drawing and dance > what is created on the day in response to 'Origami' is down to you!The Dockland’s most exciting arts quarter and the home of The Big Draw HQ: Trinity Buoy Wharf will form the inspirational backdrop of the days free events.Read on for what's happening and how to get involved:
See more on 'Fold your City' here as part of 'Origami' here
This is a free event
Suitable for ages:
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