This short film was created for the day, and takes place on a snowy rooftop where Gaby and Silvy move in circles, arms in the sky.
Gaby Agis is a choreographer, teacher and dancer living in London, UK. She has been making performances for the past thirty-five years—both nationally and internationally—collaborating with artists from a host of fields: from architecture to opera to sculpture to film. She has created many site-specific works: for hospitals, train stations, museums, art galleries and theatres.
Gaby has taught the Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) throughout the UK, US and Europe. This technique has been intrinsic to her creative practice.
She has sat on the boards of several dance organisations, acted as a director of her own company and worked curatorially within dance.
Silvy Panet-Raymond is a professor and Chair of Contemporary Dance at Concordia University, and is the instigator of Ensemble Ouvert, which provides structures where dynamic opportunities for open content can be generated throughout the process, from originating the material, translating or interpreting the material and transmitting the work to other participants.