CHIMÆRA at Limerick Un Fringed Festival, Belltable Arts Centre
October 21, 2012 at 8:45pm to October 22, 2012 at 8:45pm
CHIMÆRA is an advanced interactive dance performance environment created by Enda Grennan and Angie Smalis, incorporating dance, music and visuals. The composer designs an interactive music system, which allows the dancer’s movements to generate and control all of the sonic, as well as the visual dimensions of the work. The music of the piece is produced by tracking the dancer’s bone structure, movements and dance patterns in a limited three-dimensional space with the aid of a Kinect sensor.…See More
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Angie Smalis was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She studied dance and choreography at the State School of Dance and worked with several companies as a dance artist before she moved to Vienna, Austria in 2001 to join the Volksoper Wien. Angie worked with several independent choreographers before relocating to Limerick in 2003 to join Daghdha Dance Company as one of their main dancers. In the beginning of 2009 she was appointed Artistic Director of Limerick Youth Theatre and has been creating solo work as a free lance dance artist. Her newest solo titled ‘The Lightly Fragranced Solo’ was funded by Culture Ireland and has been presented at the Islington Dance Festival, London, I.F.O.N.L.Y International Festival, Birr Theatre & Arts Centre, UN Fringed Festival, Limerick, International Dance Festival, Serres, Greece, Re-presenting Ireland, May 2010 as part of Dublin Dance Festival and ABUNDANCE2010 –dance and choreography festival, June 2010, Karlstad, Sweden. Angie Smalis was awarded the Bursary Award IN 2009, from the Arts Council and is the proud mum of 3 boys and a girl.