Studio LaborGras - Residence N°19 - Open Door with Martha Hincapie & Gabriel Galindaz Cruz

Sunday Sept. 15th, 17:00 h

Residence N°20 - Open Door

Rosalind Masson & Jack Webb
Free Entrance

Residence N°20 - Quartet

Rosalind Masson & Jack Webb

During this residency Rosalind and Jack will continue their performance research project 'Quartet'. They will re-enter the process of choreographing material on one another following a series of residencies last year. The compositional structure they are working within will divide into four. One part for each movement study: each performing ones' own material and that of the other. These four parts include set and improvised material coming from their independent research and compositional methods. The piece is being developed towards a premiere  at Tramway Theatre in Glasgow in November. We welcome thoughts/ideas and guests interested in the process of making dance work for another as well as dancing the work of another.

Credits Pictures: Daniel Squire


Rosalind Masson is a performer, choreographer and dancer working in the UK and Berlin. She has a BA (hons) from London Contemporary Dance School and an MSc in Media Arts and Imaging from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. She has worked extensively with dance in relation to other mediums primarily film, music and visual art.  Performances include ‘The Birth of Venus’ and ‘Plaza Minuet’ at the ICA by Pablo Bronstein, The Darktown Cakewalk –by Linder Sterling - commissioned by GI Festival  and shown at Chisenhale Gallery and AVALANCHE by Kerren Cytter. Her own work has been shown in the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, ADA studios, Berlin, Dance Base - Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011,The Robin Howard Theatre, Siobhan Davies Dance Studios, Movement Research and at The Tramway in Glasgow. Rosalind is part of the Renaissance Project at Laborgras and a member of the artistic panel for the artists' led space in Glasgow - The Workroom.

Jack Webb trained at the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance and has gone on to work and perform internationally with many companies and choreographers including Croiglan Integrated Dance (work by Adam Benjamin), David Hughes Dance Scotland (work by Kylie Walters and Tanja Liedtke), Alan Greig Dance Theatre, Via Negativa, Dance Theatre Luxembourg, Jose Vidal Company, the Curve Foundation Dance Company (work by Hofesh Schecter, Henri Oguike, Jonathan Watkins, Morgan Temple), Grange Park Opera, Simon Vincenzi, Arthur Pita, Matthew Hawkins, Ben Wright, Charles Linehan and Angus Balbernie amongst others. He is also widely known as a choreographer and has presented his work to great audience and critical acclaim in major festivals and venues in the UK and Europe.