• Proj with Ra 
Thank u:)
  • From live movement to the still image
Our perception of shapes, dynamics, sounds  and emotions 
And the elapsing of time, 
Leave behind an imprint of a moment 
And this moment, revived by the intuitive, sensing body  
Is being propelled into new territory 
In each movement lies the promise of the next... 

Dancers Clelia Vuille and Heli-Maria Latola
  • Dancer Svenja Buhl
  • These images slow down time to allow for a paused focus on and study of the intricacies of movement by using up to twenty individual photos to record a couple of seconds of movement. This act of pausing and extending time gives value to the intricate details of dance and the vast array of movements and moments which we experience as exceedingly fleeting.
Dancer Svenja Buhl
  • Cloud Dance Festival Lacuna 2013
  • Dancer Svenja Buhl
  • Dancers Svenja Buhl and Sammy Furnival
  • From producing the promotional pictures for Nutshell Dances 'Retrospective', documenting the rehearsal process, and finally capturing the piece live onstage, I loved seeing how the cameras perspective changes your experience of the same movement...
  • Could be anywhere, a train station, airport, but was at the Tate Gallery.
  • Dancers Katie Neal & Riccardo Tarocco
  • Model: Rachel Ensor
  • girl
 

Welcome to Your Move

Your Move 2013 is a public photoblog that was open for submissions for 40 days to celebrate the UK screening of All This Can Happen, a film by Siobhan Davies and David Hinton, at the ICA, London; DANCE: FILM 13, Edinburgh and CINECITY at the Brighton Film Festival.
Read more about All This Can Happen

Between 5 November & 15 December participants of Your Move 2013 captured everyday movement, experimented with composition, and uploaded their photographs to the growing gallery. The project was open to everyone; professional and novice photographers. Your Move 2013 challenged participants to experiment with how they use and represent movement in photography, taking the techniques used within the film as inspiration.
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Take a look at the striking images created by members of the public.
Follow the hashtag #YourMove2013 to see many of the projects highlights, including our Photo of the Day selections.

Your Move 2013 is a development of the original Your Move photoblog as part of Big Dance 2012. Your Move saw 145 people photograph movement in our everyday lives creating an online gallery of 901 images viewed by 2394 people.
Visit our original Your Move photoblog gallery ›



Your Move 2013 has been made possible through the legacy of Big Dance 2012.