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Rachel Silver Maddock

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Rachel Silver is an independent dance artist, teacher, and writer based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has a BA in Visual Culture and Performance Studies from Simon Fraser University’s School for Contemporary Arts. Her professional dance training in commercial and contemporary styles led her to England where she obtained a Diploma in Dance Studies from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2014. In the UK, she apprenticed and toured with both Springs Dance Company and urban-contemporary fusion the REbirth Network. In 2015, she co-choreographed This Thin Place, a collaborative dance show that performed in both Vancouver and Campbell River. Most recently, she performed with Vancouver’s plastic orchid factory in their performance/installation Digital Folk.

Rachel was an intern with The Dance Current between May 2016 through August 2016.  

Rachel Silver Maddock's Work

 

Curating Time

Plastic orchid factory’s i miss doing nothing By Rachel Silver Maddock

In a large white studio, an immersive dance installation is going on, drawing audience members (or participants) into a space distinct from yet porous with the street below. To mark the ten-year anniversary of plastic orchid factory, performers and directors Natalie LeFebvre Gnam and James Gnam designed a unique movement retrospective framed by the present – i miss doing nothing.

In Review

By Valeria Nunziato, James Oscar, Rachel Silver Maddock, Aparita Bhandari, Philip Szporer, Fawnda Mithrush, Molly Johnson, Mark Mann, Grace Wells-Smith

The Dance Current reflects on a year of dance criticism, by placing image and text together

Movers

Intuitive Choices By Rachel Silver Maddock

Scott Fowler’s sixth season with Ballet BC

 

On Double-Touch and Performing Objects

Deanna Peters’ META By Rachel Silver Maddock

META showcases Deanna Peters’ unabashed personal style and, with collaborators Justine A. Chambers and Kim Sato, explores the complexity of the human body and its potential for connectivity within and without its physical limits. The work delves into its topic from two angles: exploring the human body first, then placing it in relationship to objects and other bodies.

Young in Spirit

By Rachel Silver Maddock

Across the country, older Canadians are bringing their energy and enthusiasm to the dance community. This photo essay presents a range of different contexts in which seniors are participating in and shaping the Canadian dance landscape.

Movers

Dancing Lights By Rachel Silver Maddock

Thoenn Glover uses light and sound to create cinematic, otherworldly environments for dance

 
Writers & Readers

Making the Leap

By Rachel Silver Maddock

In light of her recent emerging artist award, Vancouver-based dance artist Lexi Vajda talks about her journey and what she would recommend for someone just starting out.

 

The Dance Deck Trois is Rich, Intimate and Authentic

By Rachel Silver Maddock The Dance Deck Trois

Grassroots performance series pairs dancers’ personal explorations with live classical music in a garden setting.

 

End of Season Awards

As the dance season wrapped, a range of artists were recognized for their work, performance and contribution to the community.

Toronto Dancers "Can't Stop the Feeling"

This fun and upbeat dance video features Toronto dancers in the “most diverse city” in the world.

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