Our Christmas gift for you

Dear Mind your step followers, we hope you are spending wonderful holidays. We are here to give you our Christmas present. Ready? Mind your step in Pafos on 8 and 9 April 2017 will feature two Cypriot artists selected through the open call we issued three weeks ago and two more artists Giulia Galvan, the curator […]

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New paths

Mind your step has always been thought of as an ongoing research, therefore it needs to be nurtured by encounters, experiences, new places. We have recently met the researcher Geert Vermeire, of Milena principle.  He has been dealing with wandering and walking as creative instruments, so MYS has a lot in common with his approach. Here are a few videos […]

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Dublin Docklands walkscape

The Mind your step Dublin event has just come to an end, and now we can finally disclose the walking trail that was devised to lead you through the four performance venues: DDDA office, The Factory, Castleforbes Unit and parking lot in New Wappington Street. The reason why the trail was kept secret is that I didn’t want […]

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Catherine Young

The River Will Still Run to the Sea She who may be described a handsome woman witnesses the city shed another skin. Not for the first time, it presents a new visage, an unfamiliar interface, although not entirely changed. The old skin peels away and part of it feels like death for the City has […]

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Fearghus Ó Conchúir

Niche Niche is a dance about finding your place.  Its cast, like Dubliners new and old, adapt to changed circumstances in a choreography that is as tough, quirky and unexpectedly beautiful as the city itself. Made in Dublin’s Docklands in the last days of a boom that transformed the urban landscape and changed the lives […]

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junk ensemble

Sometimes We Break Sometimes We Break is a dance and sound promenade piece that explores incompleteness and ‘parts to a whole’. Leading the audience on a designed journey of movement and sound, the piece focuses on things that stop working, things that are interrupted and missing parts. Choreography: Jessica Kennedy and Megan Kennedy Performers: Justine […]

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