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Durational performance & installation in collaboration with Svenja Bühl.
- Echo Echo Festival of Movement & Dance September 2021, Derry.
- Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim, October 2022

Moving Together

The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon, 2nd December 2023

Dance show with live-performed music and projection
Summer Tour July 2022


Our third Moving Together event was a day of dance, discussions, and cross arts play in a relaxed, inclusive environment; an opportunity to unwind, explore, and share, and to make new connections in an informal atmosphere.

So much joy, connection and laughter! Thank you to everyone who came along to our event at
The Dock. Such a wonderful group of returning and new participants. My heart is full! Till the next time!

Photos by Anna Leask

"...warmly facilitated, non-judgmental, inclusive and creatively liberating"

"...a really beautiful moment to both partake in and witness."

"I was always of the opinion that dance wasn’t for me or for people like me.
The Moving Together workshop truly changed my mindset on this."

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    A i t e a l l

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A live outdoor performance by Natalia Beylis & Robin Roche 

A contemplative duet, Aiteall incorporates breath-taking acrobatics and aerial dance in a performance that explores rich musical and movement pathways offered by small openings. Based on the Irish term, Aiteall, this work has developed from explorations of the sensorily rich moments we experience in the openings between rain showers. 

Market Yard, Carrick-on-Shannon 
22nd September 



 A tender, powerful and uplifting expression of how, through connection and support, we reach beyond boundaries to expand the world we inhabit.

Landing Places is an exciting new performance that was previewed at The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon earlier this year. It was developed with an exceptional ensemble of dance artists; Gaelin Little (UK), Loveth Oyiboka (IRE & Nigeria), Mintesinot Wolde (IRE & Ethiopia), and dance aerialist and acrobat Robin Wilson (IRE). Other collaborators include sound artist Olivir Haylett (UK).

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Photos by Milo Cummins

With a striking theatrical set, reminiscent of Lars von Trier’s ‘Dogville’, the performers explore a delineated world of imposed structures, where uncertainty is set against promise and dark against the light of a safe haven. The narrative unfolds through an exciting fusion of cultural dances from Ethiopia & Nigeria with dance theatre, where the ensemble ultimately express, without guard, the profound necessity to move without limits, & beyond walls. 

Audience feedback form- AITEALL

Moving Together Events

A day of dance, discussions, and cross arts play in a relaxed, inclusive environment; an opportunity to unwind, explore, and share, and to make new connections in an informal atmosphere.

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Between Earth & Sky : A Portrait

Filmed in County Sligo in 2019, this short film by Kate Wilson explores the experiences of young aerial artist, Robin Wilson. Merging aerial dance with images of the surrounding rural landscape the film touches a world of dreams and anxieties where childhood shifts towards adulthood

Curves of Time with Svenja Bühl and Interferometer with Ben McEwan

Addressing relational and durational elements inherent in the visual art genre of portraiture, these two research films explore embodied approaches to image and movement creation within improvised duets and portraits.
With a background, in visual art, Wilson distinguishes here between drawing and painting, investigating differences in the relating of each media to movement and performance.

social practice

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Trans-disciplinary practice towards connection, empowerment and diversity. 

Undercurrent, formed by Wilson in 2016, is distinctive because of the diversity of backgrounds of the ensemble and the themes explored. The company evolved from Wilson’s ongoing study of the potential for trained movement from disciplines other than dance, in the development of contemporary dance. With long term international and Ireland based collaborators Undercurrent creates site specific performance and theatre performances. Undercurrent is also committed to long term engagements with community groups and is involved in ongoing trans-disciplinary research. Projects are widely supported by Arts Council Ireland, festivals and local funding bodies, and performances, out reach and research continues to challenge boundaries and expectations in both dance practice and inclusiveness in the arts.

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