Sewing your Shadow

Lucy Cash  

A site-specific, promenade performance made for the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood as part of the Big Dance.
When does a memory become a story? When does a story become a museum?

Sewing Your Shadow
was a ‘cabinet’ of memories, gestures and movement collected from a company of professional performers, older dancers from Green Candle Dance Company and children from Chisehale Primary School and choreographed into a twilight stroll through the museum.

Memories were collected from people aged seven to seventy years and re-imagined as song, gesture, movement and stories. Each one of us is a small museum for the images and stories we collect, remember and leave behind us as shadows.

An East London Dance and T-Mobile Big Dance commission produced by Artsadmin and Chisenhale Dance Space. Supported by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and presented as part of CREATE 10.
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