Temitope Ajose-Cutting’s class is rooted in improvisational scores using text, voice and movement. We will be softly recalling people, landscapes, and objects from our bodies. Expect exuberant moving at times, deep pause, contact and voice work.
Temitope is dancer and and creator, making her own work and collaborating with many others. She is currently developing a solo, Lady M (at home with Lady Macbeth) which will premiere in 2023.
Bonnie Bird Choreography Award winner (2005) Temitope Ajose-Cutting has created and staged works at venues such as Royal Opera House and ROH2. She has been commissioned by The Place Prize Bloomberg and Working Dance and her works have been performed at Dance Xchange, Rich Mix, Dance Base, Swindon Dance and the Soho Joyce (New York).
As a dancer Temitope has worked with Punchdrunk, director Carrie Cracknell at The Gate Theatre and The National, Theo Clinkard and Protein Dance Company, Encounters, Darcy Wallace at the V&A, Lea Anderson, Joe Moran, Sue MacLaine and Seke Chimutengwende and most recently with Lost Dog in Tale of two Cities. Temitope also works as a movement director (Old Vic and National Theatre). In addition to this she has been part of the performance team restaging Joan Jonas’ retrospective at the Tate Modern, working with choreographer and curator Nefeli Skarmea for artist Megan Rooney for her solo shows at Kunsthalle Germany and Lyon Biennale.