L’atisse Rhoden

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A solo artist and director of female collective XXV, L’atisse Rhoden trained with dance companies Avant Garde Dance and Far From the Norm, before moving on to create her own theatre-based work for Sadler’s Wells’ Breakin’ Convention festival and its artist development programmes Open Art Surgery and Back To The Lab.

Intensely physical, her work is inspired by future sounds and heavily influenced by surrealism. Her work goes beyond performance and she has produced many fundraising events, such as Dance For Defoe. She explores dance as activism, working with groups of creative young women to find new approaches to improvisation.

She has featured in work including A Harlem Dream, curated by Ivan Blackstock and critically acclaimed TV series Black Mirror.



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