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Tuesday, 3 March 2020 from 20:00 to 20:30 (GMT)


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“ITERATING” is a 30min multi-disciplinary production discuss the status quo of the internet including social media, data surveillance and censorship. As the content we consume online is increasingly personalised, it creates environments and communities that are smaller and homogeneous. These space are called “filter bubbles” or “echo chambers” as they are the closed system of people and information. It creates an environment in which a person encounters only beliefs or opinions that coincide with their own so that their existing views are reinforced and alternative ideas are not considered. This performance is aim to raise a conversation with the audience about the homogenous of the internet under the development of the technology.

This project is a dance performance combining installation, multimedia and audience participation. Instead of letting the audience limited in their seats, this will be an immersive spatial performance without seats. Please feel free to move in the space. 

For anyone interested in performance, dance and installation, please come and join. The topic is for all the people who concerned about our society and surroundings to experience the predictions of the future. 

Please notice there will be strobe lights during the performance.




Effie Gu A performance artist and set designer based in London. Engaged in the spatial design for performance programme in Architectural Association now with the background of stage design and performance design. Developing performative installation and interactive performance for the recent projects. Graduated from Central Saint Martins with an MA in Performance design and practice, has experience in performance art, set design and production design for fashion photography and art films. Performance project has performed in London, Athens and Shanghai. Designs have participated in several film festivals with collaboration with art directors.





Iris Athanasiadi (choreographer) Choreographer, architect and interdisciplinary performer based in London, UK. Her work is exploring how different senses contribute to our perception of the world around us while finding ways of awakening them through performative events for bodies in space which incorporate movement, sound and installation art.


Rane Jiang (costume designer) Costume and performance designer based in London. Experienced in costume design and making for theatre, dance performance and film focusing on futuristic and sculptural style.


Li’er Chen (sound designer) Composer, writer and sound&lighting designer who’s currently in her MFA degree in AAIS Architectural Association. With an architectural background graduating from Bartlett School of Architecture, her main objective is to bring spatial considerations into the multi-sensory experiences of creative events including film, choreography, fashion, music and art.


Greta Gauhe & Marissa Bergere (dancers) MFA Dance Choreography at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London.


Aijin Ying (computational designer & architectural support) Architectural designer currently engaged in Design for Performance & Interaction in Bartlett in London. She was involved in many innovative competitions, e.g. robot and interactive design.


 Special Thanks 


Photographer: Adam Zhang, Director of @jevalondon (ins)


Videographer: @leizhu.leo (ins), Graphic designer: xuewinky wechat


Computational artist: Meiying Gan, Sound artist: Matthijs Munnik


Special supports: Nasha Bahasoean, Portia Lee


AAIS Tutors: Theo Lorenz, Tanja Siems, Argyris Angeli, Kyriaki Nasioula, Heiko Kalmbach, David McAlmont, Joel Newman, Renaud Wiser, Malgorzata Dzierzon, Andy Dean. 



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Tuesday, 3 March 2020 from 20:00 to 20:30 (GMT)

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In the creative professions today, many individuals define themselves as being at home in more than one discipline. The AA Inter professional Studio (AAIS) engages this new reality to explore alternative methods of collaboration between multiple creative professions. Through the research, design and production of a series of genre-defying spatial performances and constructions, we will examine the ways in which creative work and design overlap in the cultivation of unique project events. 

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