Elinor Lewis

Elinor is a British artist based in London whose work sits on the intersection between contemporary dance, live art and installation. Her practice employs the relationship between human and object to investigate themes of risk, space, ecology and tension. Elinor’s current work seeks to expose the space between human and object as a charged area of conflict.

Elinor graduated from Laban with The Sylvia Bodmer Award in 2014 and has an MA in Performance Making from Goldsmiths – graduating with Artsadmin’s BANNER Award 2017-2018. Since graduating, Elinor has worked to develop her first two major works, ‘Orchard’ (with Nuria Legarda Andueza) & ‘TIMBER’ (with Hannah Parsons). In 2018, ‘Orchard’s second phase of creation was commissioned by The Place as part of Choreodrome and supported through an Arts Council National Lottery Grant. Elinor’s work in development ‘TIMBER’ has been shared through Touch Wood 2018 and Dance Umbrella Studio Sessions 2018.

Nuria Legarda Adueza

Nuria Legarda Andueza is an interdisciplinary theatre maker, choreographer, performer and international professor in performing arts. Her wide spectrum of collaborations include choreographies such as ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ by Mark Haddon & Simon Stephens, directed by Julio Manrique, Teatre Lliure in Barcelona, as well as ‘Orchard,’ with Elinor Lewis – performed at The Place, London.  Her own devised work includes projects with national and international co-producers, such as, ‘World of Wolves’ – video piece Barcelona, ‘La Cena’ – interdisciplinary theatre piece, Barcelona and ‘Who Deserve Greatness’ – London.

Nuria’s studies include a post-graduate MA in Performance Making from Goldsmiths, as well as having graduated in Drama from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona and in Music Education from the University of La Rioja.