DIG 21: Shotput and Brian Hartley| Totentanz Exhibition
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Saturdays and Sundays 12 to 6pm
Tuesdays to Fridays 12 to 5pm
Late opening Wed 13 Oct, 12 – 7.30pm
Accompanying the performance of Shotput Theatre's Totentanz, which opened the DIG festival, this photographic exhibition in our Upper Gallery is by Brian Hartley, made in collaboration with members of the Dundee Rep Theatre and Scottish Dance Theatre community.
Please note, this exhibition includes references to death.
Totentanz was commissioned by Dance Base Scotland, Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre and Tramway as part of #LoveDanceScotland. Supported by the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland.
About Shotput - company biography
Shotput creates dance-theatre that investigates human relationships. We are fascinated by the darker corners of contemporary experience.
Our productions are physically and visually rigourous, rooted in experimentation and collaboration. We define our work not as a collection of shows, but as a network of relationships with artists and audiences.
Founded in Glasgow in 2018, Shotput is embedded in Scotland and committed to internationalism.
Photo by Brian Hartley
Co-creators and performers Lucy Ireland and Jim Manganello
Creative Producer Helen McIntosh
Designer Anna Yates
Lighting Designer Emma Jones
Photographic Collaborator Brian Hartley
Composer Cat Myers
Stage Manager Ali Biggs