MeM#9 —13) Suspended Motion de Sima Gonsai from Movimiento en Movimiento on Vimeo.
Suspended Motion (UK 2020, 3min). Suspended Motion shares an exchange of movements and sensations responding to touch, light and sound. This is explored in the relationship between complex disabled (deafblind) dancers, leading non-disabled dancers in an environment that travels through a space using the senses. The original music score was created by artist Justin Wiggan and features vocalisations by deaf/blind vocalist Sarah N’Diritu.
Director: Sima Gonsai
Sima is an award-winning director/filmmaker, programmer and educator in screen dance. Originally trained in visual communication, her work specializes in innovative uses of digital storytelling. Her depth of experience has produced a body of films profiling ballet, contemporary and South Asian Dance, with a focus on creating artwork that promotes diversity and accessibility. As a programmer, she works with BAFTA accredited Flatpack Film Festival and as an educator she is the founder of Screen Dance Co-lab, an initiative for emerging artists collaborating in dance, film and music.
Interview to Sima Gonsai, talking about her creative experience. Filmed via long distance computer call: SKYPE.