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In 2003, with the help of commission by Welsh Independent Dance, Procter began developing her work by …

In 2003, with the help of commission by Welsh Independent Dance, Procter began developing her work by
using video, one of which "Am I This?" was chosen for The Dance on Screen Festival at The
Place, London. Since then she has continued exploring the medium and has made over ten
videos, shooting in locations in Wales, Argentina and Austria.

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  • 1. Video work of Deborah Claire Procter A Horse Bleeding Shakespeare - 14’ Rivers & Mirrors - 12’ Am I This? - 1’ Together - 6’17” Somewhere There - 3’ Rastras I & II - 15’ Rhiannon - 5’ Running time: Approx 56’17”
  • 2. Deborah Claire Procter is an interdisciplinary artist, actor and video-maker from Cardiff (Wales), and a Creative Wales Award winner. She began her training in theatre, and worked with companies like Theatre Alibi. Simultaneously she developed a love for experimental theatre, creating many solos and duets that play with perspective and scale, mixing ideas from theatre, dance, sculpture and performance art, and incorporating the use of various kinds of projection. Her work has been seen in galleries such as the Ferens (Hull), Oriel (Cardiff), and Spacex (Exeter), and theatres like the Hemsley (Madison) and the Museum Theatre (Madras). She maintains a strong interest and practice in movement, including contemporary and post- modern dance, as well as yoga and martial arts, and has trained extensively in improvisation and performance with Ruth Zaporah, Gardzienice Theatre, and Skinner Release Dance with Gaby Agis. In 2003, with the help of commission by Welsh Independent Dance, she began making videos with dancers and performers, one of which Am I This? was chosen for The Dance on Screen Festival at The Place, London. Since then she has made over ten videos, shooting in locations in Wales, Argentina and Austria. She was a part-time and guest lecturer in many institutions, including teaching performance at University of Glamorgan, and voice for broadcast journalists at the University of Wales, Cardiff, and has taught many youth and community groups, In 2004, she received a grant from Wales Arts International to go to Argentina and began collaborating with composer Oscar Edelstein, as a vocalist and video maker. She is currently working on a new opera with Edelstein about the links between Wales and Argentina.
  • 3. A Horse Bleeding Shakespeare Deborah Claire Procter: Original idea / Director Oscar Edelstein: Co-director & Composer Sean Feldman: Dancer Jane Lloyd Francis: Rider, Performer & Choreographic consultant Georges Dewez: Rider, Performer & Choreographic consultant
  • 4. Rivers and Mirrors: Part I (2007) Deborah Claire Procter: Choreographer / Director Oscar Edelstein : Composer Sandra Grinberg (Trisha Brown Dance Company): Dancer
  • 5. Rastros I / Traces (2007) Deborah Claire Procter: Camera / Editing Gabriela Romero: Idea / Direction Ana Laura Lozza & Gabriela Romero: Choreography / Performance
  • 6. Together (2008) Deborah Claire Procter: Choreography / Co-director / Editor Matthew Humphreys: Co-director / Camera Fergus Byrne & Hannah Prior: Performers Oscar Edelstein: Composer
  • 7. Am I this? (2004) Deborah Claire Procter: Choreography / Co-director Matthew Humphreys: Co-director Performer: Fergus Byrne Screened: One Minute Wanders Dance on Screen Festival, The Place (London)
  • 8. Somewhere There (2004) Deborah Claire Procter: Choreography Matthew Humphreys: Director Fergus Byrne: Performer Commission: Dance Bytes for Film Welsh Independent Dance Screened: Chapter Cinema, Cardiff
  • 9. Rhiannon of the Flowers (2000) Deborah Claire Procter: Director Phil Moran: Camera Rhiannon: Vocal Performance Sarah Mumford & Jan Davis: Dancers Commission: Centre for Performance Research, Restless Gravity
  • 10. Email: deb@clearinsight.co.uk Skype: deborahprocter