DI Residency: Rosie Stebbing

Date:
Mon 3 Apr 2023 - Fri 7 Apr 2023
Time:
11:21 - 11:21
Venue:
DanceHouse

Rosie is a receipient of a DI residency for 2023. She has also received a support bursary for the residency, to assist with travel and accomodation; available to artists living outside of Dublin.

Rosie Stebbing will use this residency to begin a research process in collaboration with multidisciplinary visual artist Aisling Phelan. Both Rosie and Aisling are interested in the theme of online identity and in exploring the complex relationships between our physical and virtual selves through their work. Aisling works across 3D animation, photography, video, virtual reality performance and live interactive technologies.

The artists will spend the week researching where the dancing body can find its intersection with these technologies.

Read more about Rosie...

Rosie Stebbing is a contemporary dancer from Kildare

She trained at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in the Netherlands from 2017 to 2021, during which time she worked with choreographers Roser Lopez Espinosa, Jasper van Luijk and Eldad Ben Sasson. In the final year of her studies, she joined Holstebro Dansekompagni (Denmark) as an apprentice for the season 2020/2021. During this time she also worked with choreographer Joy Alpuerto Ritter on The Silence of Mercy, a feature film directed by Floria Sigismondi.

Since graduating, Rosie has danced with Step Up Dance Project, co-ordinated by Dance Limerick, working with Lucyna Zwolinska and David Bolger on the creation and tour of two new works. In spring 2022, she joined Fidget Feet’s “Soar Up”, a program which allowed her to spend two months training in aerial dance.

She has worked with CoisCéim Dance Theatre on their productions Orfeo ed Euridice and GO TO BLAZES. She is currently working with Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre on their latest production, When The Moon Spun Round.

Alongside her work as a performer, Rosie has also begun to create her own work. Her first piece, TEST 1, choreographed and performed in collaboration with Ornella Dufay-Miralles, premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival 2022. It earned her a nomination for best performer at the DFF Awards, and was recipient of the Judge's Choice Award.