Back in the studio working on "Normate I Mein" with Nancy Tam, Peter Dickinson and Daniel O'Shea. This new work will premiere in 2019.
Topophillia: A large scale collaboration with 30 dancers 17 actors, six choreographers, many designers and 12 moving walls.
Goldcorp Center for the Arts- March 2018
Vancouver International Dance Festival March 16-18, 2017. Death and Flying
Residencies in Halifax and Brussels for new solo work, teaching and mentoring- Spring/ Summer 2017
New Trio "Reverie" performed in the SCA Mainstage production at SFU- Nov.
Staring new work "Death and Flying" with Jane Osborne and Kim Stevenson- Nov
Starting new Duet to Frank Zappa's "G Spot Tornado" to be played live in January by the Turning Point Ensemble at PUSH- Vancouver
* New choreographic work Vancouver program Modus Operandi to be performed June 16, 17 at the Dance Centre.
* Key note presentation on technology and dance at Moving Stories Conference May 2016
* Teaching Contemporary Technique at Working Class Dance Series at the dance Centre, June
* Directing our first 'SCA Dance Lab' 9 Alumni dance artists and 50 participants for six week process.
* Starting a new work Duet and solo material for fall performances
* Performance of 'Sick Fish' at the 2016 Dancing on the Edge Festival
Saudade premiere Dec 17-19th at the Woodward building studio T.
Rosendale New York Street Festival: Perfmance with Talula and the Westport Sunrise Sessions
Seattle International Dance Festival: Solo- Sick Fish with music by Lucan Van Lenton and Film: Refelx- collaboration with Daniel Wientraub
Saudade: A new work in progress to premiere in Dec. 2015.
Public showing on Dec. 12th at the Woodward Building
One Duck and One Chicken: Set on dancers at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
Dances for a Small Stage: February 14, 15
Duet ‘Self Love’- A collaboration with Scot Davis of Seattle and
performed with Conor Wylie
Speaking Dance Series: Dance House
April 2014: Lecture on Emio Greco
Bard on the Beach 2014: The Tempest
Working with Director Meg Roe on movement for the cast of the Tempest.
Flux: Dance Film
This movement-based video is an exploration on falling -the moment of weightlessness when gravity retracts us from above ground and pulls us to the earth. The film is a collaboration between choreographer/musician Rob Kitsos (Vancouver BC) and film maker/musician Daniel Wientraub (New York). Both artists produced and recorded the sound track for the video. This work will be completed in December 2013 to be distributed internationally. Premiere TBA
Lost Weekend: A re-working of the group work (Con-Found) developed in the fall of 2013. Performance at the Russian Hall July 18, 19
EDAM Choreographic Series
Con-found is an experiment in real-time composition. The performers all learned and developed a finite set of material based on losing things and the frustration of confusion. In performance, the dancers and actors choose what parts to perform in the moment- based on what the composition calls for. This work was performed in the Choreographic Series at EDAM- Vancouver BC.
SFU Mainstage Dance Concert
Garland: Music-Charles Avison, Twelve Concertos, Op. 6. 15 dancers SFU
Garland is an adventure through a set of baroque worlds filled with pleasure, beauty, deep sorrow and royal battles. Set to the inspiring score by Charles Avison, the dancers indulge and play with gusto -a theatrical and visually fun experience for all…
Dance Film “A Moving”:
‘A Moving’ A trio performed at the Belkin Art Gallery in Vancouver BC. This project was made into a video in collaboration with Flick Harrison- Screened at Art for Impact, Vancouver BC and Film Fest in Seattle Washington, USA, International Dance Week at Vancity Theater and Shadbolt Centre for the Arts and the Sardinia Film Festival in Italy in June 2014. This work is distributed by VIVO Media Arts.
A collaboration between 18 dancers, 6 choreographers, dramaturge, media artists, composer, and performance artist. All artists developed material related to war- this work was performed at the Wong Theater at the Woodward building in Vancouver BC.
Casual English : World Dance Alliance, Vancouver
This duet is a collaboration between Vancouver based dance artists Rob Kitsos and Kim Stevenson. The process began in 2012 exploring pure movement generation, a retracing and detailing of phrases, and a deconstruction of timing. Both artists are drawn to a detailing of complex movement that reflects the idiosyncratic rhythmic nature of a verbal casual conversation. Performed at the Wold Dance Alliance in Vancouver BC- 2013.
Performed at Art for Impact, Dec
Work by Daisy Thompson “Play Role”
Hotel Vancouver New years Multi Massiveroom Event
“A Moving” and Paul Wong’s work presented as silent films