is Eve Stainton and Michael Kitchin. Their work inhabits a space between dance, choreography live art and queerness. Their aim is to create experimental work that acknowledges contemporary queer politics, whilst projecting to alternative future prospects. Their practice is driven by collaboration and working with cross disciplinary methods in order to challenge the possibilities of performance. The Uncollective aims to develop a space where politics can engage with and provoke discussion around curation, instinct, aesthetics and desire.
The Uncollective's work has been presented at: The Place, Yorkshire Dance, Royal Academy of Arts, Tangente Danse (Montreal), Chisenhale Dance Space, Somerset House Studios, Tenderloin, Paris Fashion Week, Tripspace, Rich Mix, Guest Projects, Lake Studios Berlin, Greenwich Dance, Adelaide Fringe (Best Dance Commendation), Brighton Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe, Hackney WickED, and other venues in Montreal, Canada. They have created through residencies at Yorkshire Dance, Guest Projects, TripSpace and Lake Studios Berlin.
Website by Michael Kitchin and Eve Stainton
Photo: George Fok