“A kind of slow-motion gymnast… like a confused octopus.”
Studio International on Matthias Sperling's work in Table of Contents at ICA

“…an aloof ice queen”
Londondance.com on Matthias Sperling in Pablo Bronstein's Birth of Venus at ICA

“…a cross between a horrible pornography and Stars in Their Eyes”
audience member's comment on This is it, quoted in Cloud Dance review

Do Not Be Afraid_Photo by Neil Wissink

April 2017

Upcoming events:

My new solo performance installation Loop Atlas, commissioned by Siobhan Davies Dance for group show material/ rearranged/ to/ be travels to Tramway (Glasgow) this month, as part of Dance International Glasgow. Performances are ongoing throughout the day during gallery opening hours, April 21-30, free entry. We’ll be in Manchester with this show next month, and in Liverpool in July.

Join me and the other artists involved for a day of practical workshops all about material/ rearranged/ to/ be on April 9 at Siobhan Davies Studios, open to all levels.

My new group work Soft Power Generator, commissioned by Northern School of Contemporary Dance for post-graduate company Verve, premiered in February and continues touring nationally and internationally until June, tour dates here.

Last month, I performed my science-fiction performance-lecture Now That We Know at Nottdance Festival (Nottingham). The work asks: what will change, if and when science discovers precisely how our bodies give rise to our minds? Click here for a photo gallery.

Also at Nottdance Festival, I curated and hosted a series of 3 Nottdance Debates (on Politics, Museums, and What Next?). Videos of these debates will be online soon.

Thanks for visiting and warm wishes,