Gravity & Levity are an aerial dance company specialising in vertical dance, maximising the creative potential of artists, and developing audience imagination.
We’re delighted to announce that tickets are now available the 1st event of the Portrait and Landscape series. Kate Lawrence will kick off the ‘Immersions and Connections’ event with a practical workshop before introducing next generation vertical dance artists, Maliina Jensen and Esther Wrobel . Read more to access the free ticket link.Read More
Inspired by https://www.under-story.com/chats a collection of insights from a diverse group of dance artists, Lindsey is curating a series of articles, musings and videos from aerialists at all stages of their careers on navigating these times.Read More
We may be a little premature here in announcing this but hey ‘Save the dates’ for Dissecting Aerial 2021, Aug 28th & 29th, (yep for those eagle eyed folks they’ve changed again – darn that Covid)!
Our aim is to live stream the symposium this year, with some live speakers and audience here in Brighton, connecting to International hubs of watching and presentations.Read More
Hi, I’m Kalina. A dance trapeze artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland (currently doing a 3-month aerial residency in Puerto Escondido, Mexico). I think a lot about what my relationship to my apparatus is. I see my trapeze as a living breathing entity with a personality. Yes, it’s just a steel bar with two ropes, but it’s […]Read More
Who you are/how you identify? Any specific learning from the year we’ve just had? Or not! I am Alfa Marks, a short 32-year-old, opinionated, black female. I use to identify as a performer – an aerialist. It was more than what I did, it was who I was, where I lived and where in the […]Read More
Hi, I’m Claire Crook, I often (but not always) perform under the stage name Madam Mango. I am originally from North Wales, and have been performing now for 20 years (gulp). I identify as female. Currently living in Kinloss, Moray in the North East of Scotland, I moved in September in what seemed like a […]Read More