A digital collage from R&D Studio, made in collaboration with service users at Tessa Jowell Health Centre and choreographers Jules Cunningham and Annie Pui Ling Lok.
Moving Out is the culmination of a participation project led by Siobhan Davies Studios, inspired by the permanent collection at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Together, participants and artists explored the theme of wellbeing through creativity and movement, and created a digital collage overlaying video with painted images.
The project took place over 6 workshops and included a public sharing at Tessa Jowell Health Centre, where the artists and performers shared some of their process and movement material that contributed to the final work.
Join us for a relaxed screening, drinks and Q&A. Throughout the evening, the digital collage will be playing on a loop in the Roof Studio and footage from the public sharing will be presented in our Library. You are invited to watch in your own time and join the artists and participants for a drink and some light refreshments. At 7.30pm, R&D Studios and Jules Cunningham will be in conversation with SDS Co-Director Annie about the collaboration, followed by an open Q&A with the audience.
In the Roof Studio and Library
For those with specific sensory needs, we will have a designated breakout space for those who might need to spend some quiet time away from the event.
Moving Out was commissioned as part of the creative partnership between Dulwich Picture Gallery and NHS South East London Integrated Care Board.
Supported by NHS South East London Integrated Care Board, Prudence Trust, The League of Friends of Dulwich Hospital, Healthy London Partnership and South London Health Partnership, working with Community Health Partnerships.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
R&D Studio are two filmmakers, Rachel Davies and Daniel Saul who have been making films with dance and community groups for more than 20 years.
Annie Pui Ling Lok
Annie Pui Ling Lok works with live performance in processes that are experimental and collaborative. She is currently Co-Artistic Director of Siobhan Davies Studios, in collaboration with independent producer Kat Bridge.
Jules is a professional dancer based in south London. They make work in different mediums including drawing, printmaking, and performance. They perform nationally and internationally as a dancer and collaborate with other artists.
ACCESS AND AMENITIES AT SDS
Siobhan Davies Studios is mostly accessible, with lifts to all floors. There are two accessible parking spaces available on site which can be booked in advance. Blue Badge parking is also available nearby on West Square and Garden Row (for a full map visit the Southwark Council website). Our main door is power assisted.
- Changing facilities*
- Communal showers*
- Toilets / wheelchair accessible toilets
- Kitchen: tea and coffee making, fridge, and microwave (not fully accessible)
* Our changing facilities and showers are not fully accessible. Our closest publicly available and fully accessible changing facility is at The Castle Centre, a leisure centre 0.3 miles away from the studios. You can find full details of their features here.