- 1 April 2014 - 1 November 2014
The Stream Project is made up of Karen Wood, a dance practitioner/artistic researcher/educator based in Manchester where she performs, teaches and advocates for dance in the region. With a doctorate in dance, Karen regularly teaches in higher education and is involved in dance research and practice.
For her Masters degree at Laban, she explored neurofeedback and dance. This has evolved into the Stream Project, which has been awarded funding from Arts Council England and other institutions. Other team members include Genevieve Say, an independent dance artist, performer and choreographer based in Manchester; Lee Grey, a theatre technician and lighting designer; Tony Steffart who has been working with the Stream Project as a neuroscience and technological consultant and Gavin Wayte, a musician who composes music for the concert hall and opera stage as well as for non-traditional contexts, combining dance, physical theatre, text and visual technologies with music.
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