Frock & Frippery - Stopgap Dance ⋆ Supporting Your Art
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Photography, Video
About This Project

Overview

I worked with Stopgap Dance across a three years whilst they were working with the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

“Stopgap Dance Company create exhilarating dance productions for national and international touring. We employ disabled and non-disabled artists who find innovative ways to collaborate. Stopgap value a pioneering spirit and are committed to making discoveries about integrating disabled and non-disabled people through dance.”

​Goals

To capture the Frippery project groups individually.

To capture the project from start to finish.

To film the final performances.

To document the Norfolk & Norwich Festival performance of Frock.

Summary

I was capturing the whole project through both video and photography. I wanted to find some narratives to follow across the project and to show the process and how everything came together on the day.

There were two separate projects here. There was Frippery which was the participatory project and then Frock which is a central Stopgap Performance.