Postponed - Roberta Jean 16-20 & 23-27 MARCH

Roberta Jean 16-20 & 23-27 MARCH

Image credit: Emli Bendixen

**This residency is postponed until the Autumn**

 

New work

Roberta Jean

Scientists and psychologists across the world are making the case for psychedelics to be legalised in controlled settings and medicinal contexts to enable us to treat depression, addiction, trauma, PTSD, and fear of death in relation to end of life care.

Studies suggest psychedelics can act as a catalyst to break negative habitual behaviours and thought patterns. I’m drawn to this research as someone who has struggled with my own mental health in the past.

Working with a team of dancers, artists, creative technologists, and psychologists, I will explore cross-disciplinary artistic practice in an attempt to translate certain aspects of psychedelic therapy.

Bio:

Roberta Jean was nominated for the Total Theatre Dance Award in 2018. She is a 2019 finalist at Aesthetica Short Film Festival, Screen.dance and at New Renaissance Film Festival. She has presented her work as part of the Made In Scotland Showcase, at British Dance Edition, Sadler’s Wells, Tanzmesse, Dance Umbrella, Nottdance, and Tramway Glasgow amongst others.


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