White Rainbow is pleased to announce the second instalment of Juri Nishi’s contemporary dance composition in response to the work of Shigeo Anzaï. Assemblage is a dance performance which incorporates sculptural elements. Developing on from her previous performance, Being and Matter, the dancers’ movements will activate the gallery space, inviting the audience’s participation. The piece responds to the motif of the line, which recurs in Anzaï’s documentation of performances by Laurie Anderson, Daniel Buren, Joan Jonas, Yayoi Kusama and Min Tanaka.
Choreographed by Juri Nishi, danced by Monica Brunello and Madeleine Jonsson. Live music composition by Elizabeth O’Connor.
Performance times: 7:30 and 8:00 pm
Juri Nishi is an artist working in the fields of dance and visual art. Prior to her dance training, she studied architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her performances explore the relationships between the mind, body and space. An assemblage of life textures and stories, her works invite personal connection and interpretation by the audience. As a performer, Juri has worked with Aya Kobayashi, Rosemary Lee and Rahel Vanmoos. Her recent choreographies include ‘Oneness’, ‘Recollection’ and a dance film ‘Phenomena’ commissioned by the Valentines Mansion.
Monica Brunello is a London based Italian dancer and founder/practitioner of Rei, a movement practice that utilizes release-based movement and energy healing. She has been performing in both London and Italy in venues such as the Teatro Astra and the Royal Albert Hall.
Madeleine Jonsson is a dancer from Smålandsstenar, Sweden who is also completing her final year training at The Place, London Contemporary Dance School.Back to list