Choreography

  • flickr/follow

    flickr/follow. Meridian Gallery, San Francisco. May 2010. Commissioned by Meridian Gallery. Dedicated to Stanley Wills. Performers: Read More

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  • Candombe:Habibi

    Candombe:Habibi. Middlesex University, London. February 2008. Commissioned by The Place and Streetsoul. A 40 minute piece with 40 Read More

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  • CHARGE (This is What [YOU] Want)

    CHARGE. (Previously titled This is What [YOU] Want.) Culture for Sex and Culture, San Francisco. June Read More

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  • The Rite of Spring

    The Rite of Spring. Spain and San Francisco. 2010 – 2013. Presented with Nowhere, Growingnowhere, Billion Read More

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  • Reception

    Reception. CounterPULSE, San Francisco. August 2011. Created with support from artist in residence program at The Read More

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  • Handle with Care

    Handle with Care. Rubber Band Dance Theatre, Edinburgh. August 1999. Artistic Director/Coordinator. Two pieces presented as Read More

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  • mine/scratch/mine

    mine/scratch/mine. East London and Karelia in Outokumpu College, Finland. 2008 – 2010. Funded by Streetsoul, the Read More

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Tessa Wills is a Social Practice Artist

and choreographer with a background in music and somatics. They make site-specific solo durational performances based around archetypes (such as ‘The Professional Mourner’ and ‘The Hermit’. Their work elevates flaws and wounds and unseen things as portals and ways of staging gentle friendly companionship and transformation. The performance pieces happen primarily on stage and video.
At the heart of their practice is a love of connection, ability to sit with hard things, and a love of change. During this global upheaval, Wills offers creative engagement opportunities to individuals and organisations, for positive challenge, transformation and new perspectives on value.
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