In Ireland, boys have long been a minority in dance. As Ireland's only contemporary dance group for young males, Company B’s objective is to create a unique space for boys to express themselves through dance & movement. Speaking about the challenges they face as boys who dance in Ireland, members reveal the obstacles they confront, how it feels to dance & why they love it.
Tess Motherway is a filmmaker, visual artist & film curator from Dublin, Ireland, based in Berlin since 2016. She completed her M.Phil in Film, Theory & History at Trinity College Dublin in 2010 & graduated from Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology in 2007 with a Bachelor’s (Hons) degree in Fine Art with a concentration on Painting, Drawing & Installation. To date, Tess’s work has screened at film festivals, exhibitions & events across Ireland, the UK, Berlin & New York.
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