aep skills exchange: misbehaving

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aesthetics, translation and the detail of intention

Kimberley Harvey led a cheeky and payful workshop on day 2 of the SEP Skills Exchange which gave space for considering aesthetic preference and accessibility. In her own words, Kimberley explains the work she shared this week and the intentions within her practice:

Initially, I was a little apprehensive about my decision to use rep from my company’s, Subtle Kraft Co, piece ‘Moments: Revisited’ as the basis for my creative session. But then I reminded myself that, actually, learning other dance company’s repertory material has always been such a treat for me as a dancer - giving you the chance to ‘live it’ and experience the movement of the dancers in the piece.