Katie Dale-Everett brings her interdisciplinary film and dance performance Digital Tattoo to Brighton’s Otherplace at The Basement this week. Working across artistic mediums, Dale-Everett incorporates her interest in the themes of authorship and identity, as she explores the transience of our online personas in an increasingly fragmented digital age. Digital Tattoo questions the possibility of true anonymity and suggests that our ethereal identity in the digital space may last longer than we do in the flesh.
A supported artist at the venue’s own Otherplace Productions, Dale-Everett has received rapid recognition since her graduation in 2014, and is now a Brighton Dance network featured artist. As a choreographer deeply concerned with the audience’s role in ‘co-creating’ the performance of dance, she is equally committed to making her performance accessible to others. Digital Tattoo is also supported by the Screen South Ignition Network Centre for Film Work and the South East Dance’s Emerging Artist Programme – a great opportunity to witness a fusion of artistic mediums, and the formative work of a star in the making.
Digital Tattoo opens on Tuesday 10th November at 7pm, with performances throughout the week on 11th, 12th and 14th November. Tickets are available here at £7.50 (plus booking fee).
Location: Otherplace at the Basement, 24 Kensington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ
Source – themetropolist.com