Antonija Livingstone

Kelham Island Museum - Saturday - Tactical Contact

Canadian choreographer and dancer Antonija Livingstone is based in

Berlin and works mostly in France at the threshold of performance and

dance. Livingstone grew up in the midst of a family of geologists in

itinerant gold mining camps and remote communities in British Colombia

and Yukon, Canada and continues to include the transit of urban-rural

experiences in her artistic research. She is the beneficiary of a

self-directed non-institutional education in Performance Studies and

Choreography. She has worked extensively as a performer with Benoit

Lachambre and with Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods performing recently in

Sketches / Notebook and is a member of Supernova Interdisciplinary

Ensemble at HAU Berlin 2018.

 

Her body of work to date consists of a solo performance The Part and a

decade of duets and co-signed intimate feminist ensemble works for

theatre, video and installation. Notably - a situation for dancing. (in 4 episodes) with Heather Kravas, Cat Calendar with Antonia Baehr,

On Orientations and Insignificant Others, with Ian Kaler, Supernatural

with Simone Aughterlony and Hahn Rowe, Culture Administration &

Trembling with Jennifer Lacey, Stephen Thompson, Dominique Petrin, and

her most recent co-creation with visual artist/scenographer Nadia

Lauro les Études (hérésies 1-7).

 

Antonija will be performing as part of Tactical Contact at Kelham Island Museum, responding to their working Steam Engine.