It Will Come Later

Eddie Ladd, Simon Banham (Designer), Lee Brummer (Performer), Weronika Pelczynska (Performer), Imre Vass (Performer), Mui Cheuk Yin (Performer), Joseph Lee (Performer), Hampus Bergenheim (Performer), Gosheven Gosheven (Composer), Kathrine Sandys (Other), Gwyn Emberton (Producer), Israel Aloni (Producer), Rhodri Davies (Other), Hanka Podraza (Other), Kristian Rhodes (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance


'It Will Come Later' is a collaborative international theatre production and dance project with the company iCoDaCo. The piece was developed under the working title 'transformation'. In this work, the collective examines the concept of transformation from political, physical, spatial and psychological perspectives. At its core, six artists from five countries create their first collective co-creation together.

Each artist brings a unique fascination with the force of transformation. The transforming politics in regions such as Eastern Europe and China trigger a charged exchange amongst these artists.

This is the focal point of an interactive and inclusive operation which aspires to connect with communities and audiences.

The project promotes values such as diversity, tolerance and communality whilst creating a fresh contemporary dance piece that is influenced by the eclectic artistic and personal heritage of each artist in the collective.

iCoDaCo also interrogates collective artistic practices as a microcosm of large scale unions, such as the European Union, through the lenses of identity, nationality, individuality, power structures and productivity.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationKrakow
PublisherKrakowskie Centrum Choreograficzne
Media of outputUSB
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2018
EventBalletOFFFestival - Nowa Huta Cultural Centre – Krakow Choreographic Centre, Krakow, Poland
Duration: 22 Nov 201825 Nov 2018


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