Anushiye Yarnell takes fragments from everyday life and turns them into existential daydreams. Her works draw on personal experience, past and future mythologies, notions of paradise and civilisation, dreams and cultural diversity.
Archive :: production:T01566866566, dance or ballet:S253122380, venue:V827
Jennifer-Lynn Crawford: Elvis, Kika, Candy - "I do not know Jennifer-Lynn very well. I know she mumbles jokes to herself, she usually dresses in greys, blues and blacks, quite low key, she likes breathing and also smoking." Jennifer-Lynn moves through an obstacle course, encountering different aspects of her inner and outer worlds including boredom, happiness, fascination, discomfort, aspiration and imagination. Jennifer-Lynn studied at Quinte Ballet School and School of Toronto Dance Theatre. Her choreographic work has been performed in Holland, Toronto, London and most notably as a finalist in Stuttgart’s 9th International Solo Tanz Theatre Festival. She has performed extensively with Hofesh Shechter’s deGENERATION tour and participated in the Siobhan Davies’ Bank Project (2007). Anushiye Yarnell: Is this me.. or else? - "I search amidst the wreckage of a dance, for something, in a self-defective moment resorting to a Jungian personality test, for some concrete piece of myself. Back and forth, it’s always the same - I keep changing, becoming lost, a familiar, forgetful, self-undoing motion."