In this inaugural photo exhibition, Tilted Productions gives a glimpse into the company’s work, led by Artistic Director Maresa von Stockert , from 2002 until today. The exhibition features unique photographs from the company’s performance work as well as artist responses to rehearsals and performances in charcoal, chalk and pencil.
The collection is currently on display at the Whistler Gallery at DanceEast, Ipswich and will be travelling to Déda, Derby and The Place, London in 2018. You can comment on the exhibition online using #TiltedFramed and follow the company’s social media and newsletters for launch event dates.
Tilted Productions’ work is deeply inspired by questions around our sense of place and identity. Known for vividly visual and powerfully embodied performances, Tilted strives to shed new light on why and how we interact with others, our environment and the objects with which we surround ourselves. Whether on stage, screen or in the public realm, Tilted re-imagines the familiar and opens up fresh, poetic perspectives on the world we live in.
The exhibition collection featured in the recent tour of the company’s internationally acclaimed site-responsive promenade work, BELONGING(s). The production transformed industrial, domestic and derelict landscapes into illusory worlds and engaged communities that may not normally engage with the arts as audiences and participant performers. This outdoor piece has continued to evolve and has been translated into a stage production, Constructions of Thin Air, which tours the UK in 2018.
The company’s visually striking choreography has been of interest to many photographers and visual artists and Tilted are delighted to share this small selection, with thanks to the photographers and performers featured.