Siobhan Davies Studios
Siobhan Davies Dance is one of the country’s most outstanding and innovative dance companies and choreographer Siobhan Davies advocates for the wider recognition of dance as a significant and extraordinary art form. The Company’s RIBA award-winning building, Siobhan Davies Studios in Southwark, South London, provides a local, national and international resource for learning about movement and dance, and a meeting ground to discuss new ideas. It presents a varied programme of events, performances, talks, artists’ sharings and visual art exhibitions.
Gallery, Artist studio or collective
Mon - Thurs, 9.00 - 22.00
Fri - Sat, 10.00 - 17.00
Sun, 9.00 - 20.00
Our kitchen is available for public use.
We also have two public computers with free internet access.
Notes on Gesture, I. II. III
- 26 February — 27 November 2016 *on now
The exhibition will unfold throughout the year with emphasis placed not on individual artworks but the relationships and interconnected gestures between them. The exhibition is comprised of performance, film, photography, and spoken word works, as well as archival materials from collections such as the V&A and the Warburg Institute.
- Any age
What remains... Anatomy of an Artist: a festival of 10 new works
- 21 May 2016 2-9pm
- 22 May 2016 12-6pm
Independent Dance (ID) and Siobhan Davies Dance present the sixth edition of WHAT festival, What remains…Anatomy of an Artist, featuring work by some the UK’s most exciting contemporary dance artists including: Julie Cunningham, Air Field (Ian Spink, Bill Thompson and Alan Paterson), Matthias Sperling, My Johansson, Jamie Atherton, Rajni Shah, Carolyn Roy, Colin Poole and Simon Ellis, Katrina Brown & Rosanna Irvine and Michaela Ross & Olga Masleinnikova.
What remains…celebrates the way in which the practice of others stimulates, refracts and transforms our own ideas, attitudes and processes. Inspired by French forensic scientist Edmond Locard’s basic principle that “every contact leaves a trace”, each of the featured works examines the anatomy of an artist – their methods, inspirations, influences, biography, or their actual physicality. Among the chosen subjects are Kate Tempest, Fred Herko, Samuel Beckett and Steve Paxton.
Day pass £15 / Weekend pass £25
Concessions: Day pass £12 / Weekend pass £20
To book: 0207 091 9650 / email@example.com
Taking Apart Togetherness: The Art and Science of Being a Group
- 27 May 2016 7-10pm
What might science have to say about why dancing together is such a universal human activity across all cultures? And how might artists and scientists work together to address such questions?
Choreographer Matthias Sperling, social psychologist Daniel Richardson and cognitive neuroscientist Guido Orgs introduce their collaborative research project investigating moving together in groups in this lecture demonstration. Combining choreographic practice and scientific methods, they studied what it means to move in synchrony, how it affects those who do it (performers) and those who watch it (perceivers).
To book: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taking-apart-togetherness-the-art-and-science-of-being-a-group-tickets-24315755078
Making Siobhan Davies Studios: Part of the 2016 London Festival of Architecture
- 28 June 2016 7-9pm
As part of Siobhan Davies Studios’ ten year anniversary celebrations, Siobhan Davies and Studios architect Sarah Wigglesworth are joined by Research Fellow in Architecture at the Royal College of Art and Director of Theatrum Mundi, Adam Kaasa, to discuss the story of the Studios’ inception and the role of architecture in making places for people
Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St. George's Road
020 7091 9650