Alice Weber (b .1991, Australia)
+44 7456875671 | London | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance artist spanning performance, choreography, self-choreography; teaching, coaching and movement direction. London-based since 2013, she has performed and choreographed for institutions including Tate Modern, Turner Contemporary Hauser & Wirth, Central St Martin’s, Royal College of Music, London College of Fashion, Riverside Opera, London Contemporary Orchestra.
In 2016 she was guest artist with Tanzcompagnie Gießen for TanzArt Ost-West; artist in residence at Brierfield Mill for Crash2016 supported by In-Situ and Arts Council England; her choreographic film Vulnerable Pace was selected for Festival of Recorded Movement, Vancouver; performed for Hauser & Wirth's show of Fabio Mauri Oscuramento; created new work Pomodoro for Emerge Festival and Blue Cloud; co-created The Metacognitive Tool with Monika Dorniak for The Performance Studio at Copeland Gallery; and was selected for One Dance UK’s Choreographic Observership with Alexandra Green.
In 2017 she has presented BODY-OBJECT: exhibit at Turner Contemporary; performed in Eriko Kawai's 17 Morae for Tate Exchange with Central St Martin's; showcased new work Interaction at Resolution, The Place; Grasp in collaboration with the London Consort of Winds; presented at Em-Em: Sensing the Invisible at The Cube; delivered lecture-workshop series The Embodied Performer with composer Hollie Harding as part of the CoLab festival at Trinity Laban.
In 2018 she will be artist in residence at Accademia Nazionale di Danza, Rome and AADK: Centro Negra, Spain.
Alice continues a number of collaborative and personal projects alongside studying an MFA at Trinity Laban (Leverhulme scholarship), where she researches the dance ontology via body-based subject/object dynamics.