Luke Pell is an independent artist living in Scotland. Working in and in between spaces of dance, theatre and live art. A maker and curator he collaborates with artists and organisations imagining alternative contexts for performance, participation and discourse that might reveal wisdoms for living.
Fascinated by detail, nuances of time, texture, memory and landscape. His artistic projects take form as intimate encounters; poetic objects, installations and designed environments – site-responsive choreographies – for physical and virtual spaces. He is an Associate Artist with Candoco Dance Company, Dance Digital and Fevered Sleep.
Jo Verrent is primarily a curator and producer, she has a track record seeding, delivering and producing diverse programmes of work: Sync – disability/leadership, PUSH ME – a series of short films for The Space, with Watershed, Short Circuit – the interplay between disability/art/digital.
Her focus is on difference – framed as delicious not divergent. She is a Clore Fellow with equal passions for movement, film-making, technology and equality and is the senior producer for Unlimited, the commissioning programme for disabled artists in England and Scotland.
Mark Morreau makes moving and still images for circus, dance and physical theatre, specialising in the creation of performative content, as well as documentation and promotional material
Performed by Caroline Bowditch, Janice Parker, Luke Pell and Robert Softley Gale.
Thanks to Claire Cunningham, Firkin Crane, Cork, Croi Glan, Catherine Long, Kate Marsh, Fearghus O’Conchuir, Mish Weaver, Sarah Whatley, Summerhall, Edinburgh and Watershed Pervasive Media Studio.
The creation of Take Me To Bed was originally funded and supported by Arts Council England, Summerhall and Dance Digital.