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Lucy Cash

Lucy Cash

Originalmente formada em Dramaturgia, Filme e Televisão na Universidade de Bristol no início dos anos 90, Lucy atuou como performer numa companhia de live performance – BIF – por dois anos. Em 2000 ela começou a fazer seu próprio trabalho com a BFI/ Prêmio “FilmFour New Directors. Ela também obteve uma pós-graduação em pesquisa coreográfica pelo Birkbeck College, Londres (2000-2002). Desde então tem trabalhado como artista fazendo curtas para televisão/exibição em cinema, assim como projetos artísticos de filmes e vídeos a serem exibidos em site specifics e galerias. Ela realizou curtas para a FilmFour, BBC1 e BBC4.
Seu trabalho inclui tanto projetos em colaboração como solos e está focado na relação entre lugar e performer – considerando a coreografia de ambos, performers/participantes e também da câmera.
Ela é também membro associado do Goat Island, um grupo internacional de performance em colaboração sediado em Chicago, EUA (www.goatislandperformance.org), com o qual fez um filme de dança de 10 minutos de duração – it’s aching like birds e dois filmes-instalação. Em 2006 o grupo terminou dois filmes-instalação simultâneos: They re-school you / Daynightly The Bears-Polka que foram exibidos na Muu Galleria em Helsinki, Finlândia; na Betty Reimer Gallery, Chicago, e na British Dance Edition 2006. Um
ensaio escrito em colaboração com o Goat Island – Palimpsest foi publicado na LIVE: art and performance (editado por Adrian Heathfield). Seu trabalho de vídeo fez também parte da mais recente performance do Goat Island When will the september roses bloom / Last Night Was Only a Comedy apresentada na Bienal de Veneza em setembro de 2005.
Ela foi premiada por um programa de bolsas pela ArtsAdmin em abril de 2006 e desde então vem desenvolvendo projetos site specific de performance e vídeo.

Originally trained in Drama, Film and Television at Bristol University in the early 90’s, Lucy was a performer with live performance company – BIF – for two years. In 2000 she began making her own film work with a BFI/ FilmFour New Directors’ award. She also undertook a postgraduate study in choreographic research through Birkbeck College, London (part-time 2000-2002). Since then she has been working as an artist making short films for television / cinema exhibition as well as artists’ film and video projects for site specific and gallery exhibition. She has made short films for FilmFour, BBC1 and BBC4. Her work includes both collaborative and solo projects and focuses on the relationship between site and performer – considering the choreography of both performers / participants and also of the camera.
She is also an associate member of Goat Island, a collaborative international performance group based in Chicago, USA (www.goatislandperformance.org) with whom she has made a 10 minute dance film – it’s aching like birds and two film installations. In 2006 they finished a double film installation: They re-school you / Daynightly The Bears-Polka which has been screened In the Muu Galleria in Helsinki, Finland; in the Betty Reimer Gallery, Chicago and at British Dance Edition 2006. A collaborative ‘essay’ with Goat Island – Palimpsest was published in LIVE: art and perfomance (ed by Adrian Heathfield). Her video work was also part of Goat Island’s most recent performance work When will the September roses bloom / Last Night Was Only a Comedy which was presented at the Venice Biennale in September 2005.
She was awarded a mid-career bursary award from ArtsAdmin in April 2006 and since then she has been developing both site-specific live and video projects.

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