• Whirling Dervish at Claremont.
  • Any form of movement, has it own signature or style associated with it,  This is French, he is doing a frontside grind with his style and methord. Shot on 35mm Film, Crawley
  • Light, shadow, movement
  • Still from Background (2010), a film by artist Magali Reus. Choreography Joe Moran. 

http://www.artreview.com/profiles/blog/show?id=1474022%3ABlogPost%3A956255
  • Kim Collins
  • In rehearsal with New Work Collective.  www.newworkcollective.com.au
  • Beautiful demoiselles captured in flight over a stream at Woods Mill, Sussex.
  • Students performing an Indo Jazz Fusion in true SHIAMAK STYLE in London at the beck theatre
  • Taken at the Bugjam festival. These freestyle motorcross riders never cease to amaze me!
  • As a photographer, I try to get into the spirit of the dance and often this means finding an equivalent sense of motion with my framing and camera motion. I'm using a still camera very much like a tracking shot. It can be hit and miss, but I think this image neatly captures the charm of a body in motion.  http://www.siobhandavies.com/dance/creative-projects/creative-explorations.html
  • Traces was a community dance performance project involving 80 dancers, inspired by the traces people and the environment leave in woodlands.  It was presented at Alice Holt Forest in Farnham, Surrey.

Photography by Miles Harfield
  • trying to make cycling look interesting - tricky!
  • Carl Campbell in rehearsal at the Victoria Hall Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent. ‘The dancer danced and having danced move on’ Dedicated to Gregory Hines. Choreographer: Carl Campbell. Photographer: Clive Jones.
  • Dancer: Nikki Mclusky
Photography: Graham Deeprose
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›

Welcome to Your Move

Your Move is a public photoblog project by Siobhan Davies Dance that was open for submissions for 60 days to celebrate Big Dance 2012, 18 May - 16 July 2012.

We invited the public to share photographs that celebrate the movement in their everyday lives using the world around them as inspiration. The pictures came together to create this beautiful gallery showcasing different kinds of movement.

“A photograph captures a moment within the movement and widens the imagination of what happened before and after.” Siobhan Davies

Contributing Artists

Artists from a range of fields have been invited to contribute images to Your Move.

Jacqueline Rose, Big Dance Director
Carl Campbell, Artistic Director of Carl Campbell Dance Company
Pari Naderi, Dance Photographer leading Still Moving
Matthias Sperling, Choreographer for The Walking Piece
Lucy Cash, Film Artist for Pedestrian
Charlotte Spencer, Choreographer for Land
Gorminator, Designer at Bullet Creative
Joe Moran, Dance Artist for Points of Departure
Marie Forbes, Dance Artist Educator for Pass it on