Rosalind Masson

Rosalind Masson in Quartet

Rosalind is a dancer choreographer and teacher based between Scotland and Germany. Catalyst worked with Rosalind and her collaborator Jack Webb to produce Quartet (2013 / 14).
This unique collaboration was a meeting of minds and practices born from a serendipitous encounter. The work was conceived and mentored by Daniel Squire, performer, teacher, curator and former dancer with Merce Cunningham Dance Company.

The movement content in Rosalind’s work was gathered during a series of journeys in Europe and North America: impressions of urban landscapes and people in transit, collected over the past two years. The sonic landscape for the work is composed and performed live by Jan Hendrickse. Together Jan and Rosalind work to find ways to connect movement and sound production, creating new work that traverses both mediums.

'She brings a curving shapeliness to his writhing spasms where limbs thrash out with erupting energies.' Mary Brennan, The Herald

Quartet was a Tramway co-production, funded by Creative Scotland and supported by Glasgow Life, Wire Media, The Work Room (Glasgow), Dance Base (Edinburgh) and LaborGras (Berlin). We presented Quartet at Tramway (Glasgow), Festival Theatre Studio (Edinburgh), Dock 11 (Berlin), March Moves (Aberdeen) and at Roehampton University as a performance lecture.Catalyst continues to support Rosalind’s work and practice in an advisory capacity.

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