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Annie-B Parson, Martin Creed, Fatos Ustek and Sheena Rossiter

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30 September 2018

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We hear from choreographer, dancer and director Annie-B Parson about her new show ‘17c’ – part of London’s Dance Umbrella festival. Plus, we welcome back artist Martin Creed and curator Fatos Ustek to discuss their latest project for the David Roberts Art Foundation, and Monocle’s Sheena Rossiter discusses her new documentary ‘3 Siblings’.

30 September 2018

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco looks ahead to next week with Tom Edwards and Augustin Macellari.

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Chapter 2

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Martin Creed and Fatos Ustek

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Fatos Ustek, director of the David Roberts Art Foundation, and artist Martin Creed discuss their upcoming series of performances in London, which will focus on the theme of intimacy.

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Annie-B Parson

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Since co-founding New York’s Big Dance Theater company in the early 1990s, choreographer and director Annie-B Parson has been pushing movement into new territory and is in demand from artists ranging from St Vincent to David Byrne. Her latest exploration is ‘17c’, a contemporary retelling of the 17th-century story of diarist Samuel Pepys, as part of London’s Dance Umbrella festival.

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Sheena Rossiter

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A familiar voice on Monocle 24 – journalist Sheena Rossiter’s new documentary ‘3 Siblings’ looks at issues such as gender and sexuality in São Paulo.

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