Scarlett Perdereau

Rear Window/She, Moves, Me

Solo extract from ‘Rear Window/She, Moves, Me,’ a dance theatre piece inspired by the portrayal of women in films and photography: Hitchcock and Fifties retro, Pedro Almodovar, Helmut Newton… It explores rituals of womanhood, privacy vs. voyeurism and female complicité. The choreography plays around with clichés while revealing snippets of what the ‘real’ women behind the characters might be. This work-in-progress solo intends to encapsulate those themes through a more intimate and idiosyncratic language.

Choreographer: Scarlett Perdereau
Dancers: Jinji Garland & Eva Voulgari
Music: Pan Sonic, Pink Martini, Twenties Blues Songs, Laurent Garnier