Charlotte Spencer Projects draws together a broad range of exceptional artists from the fields of choreography, dance, music, visual art, writing and the environment. With direction from Charlotte Spencer, we produce original and exciting new work.
We are delighted that Is this a Waste Land? was successful in receiving funding from Arts Council England for the next phase of development. The new work which has been co-commissioned by Our Woods, Corby will preview in April 2017. For latest updates on the process of creation, please take a look at the blog.
Have a look at our small video trailer from our research period.
Walking Stories in Corby
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The new multi-disciplinary work is designed specifically for two contrasting sites – an industrial ‘wasteland’ space or a recently cleared area of forest.
Is this a Waste Land? focuses itself towards ways we can respond individually and collectively to the combined demands of busy lives and an increasingly crowded planet. How do we live right now? How about starting with the body?
The new show will be ready to share with the rest of the world in 2017! Find out more ⟶
Supplied with mp3 players and headphones, audiences share in a unique outdoor experience, where green spaces become part of an exploratory, interactive and fully immersive audio journey. Moving between watching, listening, and following instructions, Walking Stories takes you on a journey with yourself. Find out more ⟶
|The blog thread of this website provides a space for people outside of the studio walls to have a glimpse into our working process. It is also to give us the challenge of trying to write/share what we’re doing as it develops – so inherently tricky to articulate something 2-dimensionally that is utterly physical, web-like, messy, and multi-dimensional, especially when we’re in the midst of it. Have a read!
Forest Residency Aug 2016
Last week we began the next phase of development for Is this a Waste Land? This part of the project kicked off with an intensive residency in a public access forest in Kent including working at night, dawn walks, star gazing. For 7 days we lived and worked in the woods…Read on⟶
4 **** Guardian Review
“a treasure hunt danced through the trees” The Guardian ★★★★ – Read full Review
“This walk in the park was hands-down, feet-down the most magical dance event of my year” – David Jays, Dancing Times