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A physical response capturing the momentum of change,

stillness of isolation and the personal stories that

dwell in our homes and community.


Concept and Direction

Rebecca Evans and Mira Loew 

In collaboration with 10 professional artists and the residents of Waltham Forest. 

Jordan Ajadi

David Altweger

Jemima Brown

Cat Drew

Jasmine Chiu

Elena Cremona

Guillaume Cornet

Tamzin OGarro

David Ogle

Jane Turner

Alev Jemal

Delyth Taylor and Griff Kingwell

Grace White

Hazel Rogers

Irene Pulga

Julie Brixey-Williams

Jo Scholar

Laura Sperl

Lauren Black

Lauren, James and Molly Glavey

Lizzie Neilson

Louise and Seb Jackson

Lydiana Abbott

Maaike Van Neck

Rodhiyat Ibrahim

Sam and Ivy Abbott








The making of took place between May-August 2020. 

Using projectors people invited a virtual dancer into their space,

creating a response that incorporated themselves, the dancer and their home. 

Developed through a series of questions and conversations this was a

unique making process with each participant, offering a space for people to reflect, create and speak

about their experiences as we moved in and out of isolation. 

A collection of 97 videos, 126 photos, 10 pieces of original writing and

12 original sound scores were created.


Funny, intimate and powerful, it is a beautiful collection

of the individual and shared journeys taken over 2020. 

Submissions can still be visited on our Instagram is commissioned by Waltham Forest Council as part of Waltham Forest Virtual Culture.
Funded by the Great Place Scheme.

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