AT THE MOMENT
Visiokartta, ITAK stage, premiere in 2021.
Performers with Riku-Pekka Kellokoski, Maikki Palm, Kaisa Ritola and Jaakko Sirainen.
The piece is co-produktion with ITAK.
Supported by SRK-Pohjois-Savo.
Memory Matter by choreographers Georgie Goater, Maikki Palm and Gesa Piper, explores and unpacks embodied ancestral lineage(s) through the lens of grandbodies. The ”the grandmother” is not only the literal family relation, but a portal to meeting concepts of time travel within oneself, and the impossibilities of encountering what is no longer present.
Premiere on Zodiak stage 21.10.2020.
Choreography and performance: Georgie Goater, Maikki Palm & Gesa Piper
Spatial and lighting design: Sofia Palillo
Sound design: Riku-Pekka Kellokoski
Costume design: Iiris Herttua
Dramaturgical support: Riku-Pekka Kellokoski
Conversation partner: Maija Hirvanen
Production: Zodiak; Georgie Goater, Maikki Palm, Gesa Piper
In collaboration with: Globe Art Point
Supported by: Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Uusimaa Foundation
Memory Matter was a first GAP LAB with Zodiak -Center for New Dance and Globe Art Point.
In co-creation with Georgie Goater with live sound by Aapeli Hakala, Still Sun was premiered at the Feel Helsinki Festival in 2019.
The piece is a exploration and continuation from the long-distance collaborative dance work ’Same Sun’. Forms, echoes and conversation between movement, memories on a video and sound.
The work explores aspects within home, transient land and time.
Concept: Georgie Goater, Maikki Palm
Sound design: Aapeli Hakala
STOP BEING OUT, START BEING IN
Choreography: Venla Mustonen
Dancers: Maikki Palm & Alina Pappi
Premiere: Vapaan Taiteen Tila in February 2019
Performances: Teatteri Miilu
Concept: Anna-Liisa Parkkinen
Dancers: Katriina Kantola, Maikki Palm & Anna-Liisa Parkkinen
Support 2018: Helsingin Kulttuurikeskus
Performances: Vapaan Taiteen Tila 2018, Kouvolan taiteiden yö 2019, Tuusulan kulttuuripalvelut 2019
Distant choreographing with Georgie Goeater.
Dancers performing Alisha McLennan Marler and Sierra Diprose.
A long distance collaboration between Finland and New Zealand. The work premiered in the Auckland Short+Sweet Dance Fest 2018 and won the Wallace Trust Innovation Award and Best Production Design.
Performers: Alisha McLennan Marler and Sierra Diprose
On film: Georgie Goater and Maikki Palm
Sound design: James Risby
Video: Georgie Goater and Maikki Palm
The Ground is Lava
Premiered in Vapaan Taiteen Tila in February 2017.
Collaboration with Leonid Denim and Viiksimaisteri.
Choreography formed by playing with visual impulses, sound scapes and variations of togetherness.
Dance: Goergina Goater, Elsa Heikkilä, Emilia Kallioinen, Nooa Kekoni, Marlon Moilanen, Maikki Palm
Choreographical responsibility: Maikki Palm
Space and visuals: Viiksimaisteri (Ville Niemi)
Sound: Leonid Demin (Viktor Toikkanen)