Digital Tattoo is a two-person dance work which explores the joys and pitfalls of constant social media use.
A young couple meet online and over the course of an evening out, share fun together, posting selfies until an argument parts them and leaves one drunk and alone on the street, social media messages and images documenting their difficulties begin to create a digital tattoo onto their skin which they are unable to erase.
“Audiences young and old respond well to her work, but I am particularly excited by the way her recent show ‘Digital Tattoo’ spoke to the 14-24 year age group. In my experience, it isn’t often the case that this group of young people get specifically addressed by such sophisticated and accomplished choreography.”
- Lou Cope (Dramaturg)
Artistic Director/Choreographer: Katie Dale-Everett (Katie Dale-Everett Dance)
Composer: Tom Sayers
Costume: Suzi Everett
Dancers (version 1): Eirini Apostolatou and Andrea Carozzi
Dancers (version 2): Jonathan Mewett and Sophia Sednova
Dramaturgy: Lou Cope
Technical Support: Nick Sandiland
Supported and Funded by
Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants
Brighton Digital Festival at The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts