At the end of June we are delighted to welcome back legendary choreographer Deborah Hay for her 11th visit to Findhorn since 2004. She is using her time in residence to prepare a new solo My Choreographed Body…Revisited which will be premiered alongside a comprehensive retrospective of her work entitled RE-Perspective Deborah Hay: Works from 1968 to the present at Tanz im August in Berlin this summer. Read more
Deborah will also coach Karl Jay-Lewin on his adaptation of At Once, a solo piece he first learned in 2009.
Deborah Hay was a founding member of the experimental Judson Dance Theater and toured worldwide with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Throughout her career, she continuously wrote and published while also developing her own understanding of a dance practice and choreography, which she applied in her work with both trained and untrained dancers. Commissioned works were made possible through The Forsythe Company and Cullberg, among others. Last year, MoMA opened their major exhibition Judson Dance Theater: The Work is Never Done, which features Hay’s work alongside that of her pioneering dance contemporaries Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown, Steve Paxton and others.
She has been visiting Findhorn since 2004, conducting the Solo Performance Commissioning Project (SPCP) which saw the creation of nine solo works though 2012. Read more