On Friday 7th January, Trinity Laban third year BA dance theatre students and alumni performed at Wapping Hydraulic Power Station as part of Frontiers and Fragments: Dancing the Decade, a new season of dance celebrating 10 years of The Wapping Project.
Five Trinity Laban alumni works by Irina Baldini, Andrew Graham,
Janine Harrington, Alice Tatge and Rosalie Wahlfrid were performed
alongside a BA3 work:
15 Happenings in 3 Parts. This is a re-invention of Allan Kaprow's 18 Happenings in 6 Parts first performed in New York in 1959. Phase 1 was choreographed by Rosemary Butcher and Lauren Potter, Phase 2 by Henrietta Hale.
The Wapping Project is a centre for the arts in East London located in the historic Wapping Hydraulic Power Station. A multipurpose exhibition and performance space, the Project features newly commissioned works by visual artists, choreographers, composers, writers, poets, designers and film makers.