100 Ways (to survive as a woman in a city that you want to make your home) is a dance about urban survival, an anthem about the joys and traps of moving and living in new cities, a session on how to walk home alone at night.
The first instalment of the piece was created in collaboration with Sophie Grodin; a gentle movement performed at a Battersea Arts Centre scratch night.
June 2012, Battersea Arts Centre scratch night -
Cycle one was performed with Natalie Raaum, Alan Fielden, Julia Barnett Fitzpatrick, Maddy Trigg, Claudia Jefferies, Andrea De La Cruz Barral and dedicated to Stella Rogers.
Filmed by Valmar Kass
- Video: Full BAC scratch performance (10 minutes)