Dance Exposed is a series of short dance works for public spaces.
Inspired by the need to increase the profile of dance amongst a wider audience, Dance Exposed involves the commission of two dance pieces. These adaptable performances can take place in public streets, shopping centres, parks and other public spaces.
Dance Exposed 2011 was principally funded by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. The programme premiered at the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s in the Ulster Museum October 2011.
“Beautiful piece of work, very nice to see dance theatre in a public space.”
“Thought provoking, interesting, passionate.”
“Great to see dance outside a conventional space. Great work.”
“Weirdly exciting – not something you see everyday.”
“It was the first time I have seen contemporary dance live and I think the idea of performing in public spaces like this is great to get people interested in dance.”
“Choreography was brilliant.”
“Energetic, powerful and entertaining.”
“Totally cool – Brilliantly performed.”