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British born Dance Film Editor, Choreographer, Artist-Researcher, Performer and Emergent dance scholar, Harriet Macauley is resident in Barcelona, Spain Europe and is the Artistic Director of organisation InDance International Barcelona, Dance and Technology. HM has worked professionally as a choreographer both National and Internationally in Spain, Turkey, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Germany, Scotland, USA, Ireland, Canada, United Kingdom, Portugal and numerous other international cities. Since 2010 Macauley has undertaken numerous collaborations with the use of technology to explore the depths of multimedia with the merging of contemporary dance.
HM is regularly collaborating to create new dance/screen works with the most experimental and established multimedia artists residing within Europe and beyond. Interested freelance artists and organisations should send an expression of interest to collaborate or feature work within event InDance Barcelona, Dance and Technology.
In 2017 HM founded event InDance Barcelona, an International event in Catalonia working in partnership with organisations from Mexico, Spain, USA, France and United Kingdom incorporating a variety of disciplines and technological interventions.
Former USA partnerships for InDance Barcelona 2018 featured PUSSY-CAT DOLL (USA), Carmit Bachar.
From 2000 – 2012 HM trained and performed with the most established artists and contemporary dance companies in Europe.
Her experience spans over a period of fifteen years having worked with two of the most highly established Ballet and Contemporary dance companies, Richard Alston and Rambert Dance Company
Education plays an integral role in HM investigation and research, to better understand the complex depths and varied articulations within the development of choreographic ideas with technology, studio based techniques i.e. Ballet, Modern, Jazz and Contemporary dance. Her view is to gain an illumination on the intricacy and articulations of movement forms with technology. HM is interested in a dynamic practice-led enquiry and is keen to research philosophical investigations centred around the act of identifying with ‘the Self’ and understanding the role of technology in creative practice. She attends to the experience of philosophy and technology, the body and international collaboration as agents and leans towards understanding practice/creativity as a lived experience. Her mode of navigation is impelled through a window of ideas with identity, movement and multimedia and is concerned with interpersonal, relational dynamics and a recognising of transferable skills between collaborators.
HM has obtained a wealth of experience through education and is a professor of multimedia and performing arts. She has obtained at the following accredited qualifications: