Choreographing Redoubt

Mon 28 Jun 2021, 7pm
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Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018. Production still. ©Matthew Barney, courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Hugo Glendinning
Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018. Production still. ©Matthew Barney, courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Join us for a live-streamed conversation about the choreography of the hunt and animal-human relations in Matthew Barney's latest film.

Dancer and choreographer Eleanor Bauer and writer Filipa Ramos take a closer look at Redoubt, which features in our Hayward Gallery exhibition Matthew Barney: Redoubt.

Bauer discusses her choreography for Redoubt and her performance as one of the two dancers who accompany Diana on her epic wolf hunt.

Ramos draws on her research into artists' cinema, animals and ecology.

Eleanor Bauer is a performer and choreographer working at the intersections of dance, writing, and music.

Her work has been performed widely internationally, including most recently at Dansens Hus, Stockholm; Stoa's Moving in November festival, Helsinki; Kaaitheater, Brussels; Danspace Project, New York; Festival d'Automne at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris; and Schauspielhaus Bochum.

Bauer has worked with Matthew Barney as a performer in Redoubt (2018), Drawing Restraint 24 (2017) and River of Fundament (2014).

She has also performed in the work of Trisha Brown, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker/Rosas, Xavier Le Roy and Boris Charmatz, among others.

Filipa Ramos is a writer and lecturer specialising in contemporary art, cinema and ecology. She is Curator of Art Basel Film and teaches at London's Central Saint Martins and Basel's Arts Institute of the Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz.

Ramos is a founding curator of Vdrome, a programme of screenings of films by visual artists and film-makers. Her writing and research on art, film and nature has been published widely, including within Theater, Garden, Bestiary: A Materialist History of Exhibitions and The Wild Book of Inventions.

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Mon 28 Jun 2021, 7pm


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