Celluloid Reverie is a contemporary dance performance inspired by the life and practice of Derek Jarman. It has been created in response to Jarman’s film My Very Beautiful Movie (1974), also on display in the exhibition. Choreographed by Kelly Nash and performed by Caleb Heke and Oli Mathiesen, Celluloid Reverie is an interconnected, responsive dance performance that traverses between two performers, the film’s sound and scenery, and the presence of the artist. 

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Last updated: 04 June 2024