Award - winning choreographer Jack Webb is one of Scotland's leading choreographers/dancers. He has created a large body of work/research projects internationally, recently'THE END'(2016), a Tramway and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art co-production, 'Drawn to Drone'(2016), for Scottish Ballet, 'To Be Seen'(2017), a film with Aidan Moffat, for BBC Scotland and'Each for Other'(2018) for Maiden Voyage Dance, Belfast.
He was an Associate Artist at Tramway, 2016-17
His practice explores how to transform/deconstruct/distort the body, states of being, objects, costume and surroundings. It is often influenced by the goings on in nature/society, is of an existential nature, and attempts to zoom in on the emotional and physical landscapes of the performer and audience.
His current work explores choreographic strategies that can bring people together, community, support structures, connection/disconnection, loneliness, our need for each other for well-being and survival with a focus on the shared primal pulse that beats within all of us.
For over a decade he has worked with many companies/choreographers including Liz Roche Company, Coisceim Dance Theatre, Company Chordelia, Damien Jalet/Hussein Chalayan/Sadler's Wells, David Hughes Dance, Croiglan Integrated Dance, Dance Theatre Luxembourg, Curve Foundation Dance Company (works by Hofesh Schecter, Henri Oguike, Jonathan Watkins), Alan Greig Dance Theatre, Jose Vidal Company, Ben Wright, Charles Linehan, Simon Vincenzi.