Janine Harrington is a British artist working between formats and places as choreographer, performer, writer and outside-eye. She has created playful interactive works, gallery performance and explorations between dance and digital technologies. Janine is interested in game structures, play, access, neurodiversity and the poetics of movement practices. She is Align artist with South East Dance and Re-Search artist with Dance Umbrella/ResCen Network.

A portfolio of works include offers for public space: The Human Clock, STACK and The Performing Book, as well as workshops and lecture presentations. The work is underpinned by the company’s practice including interdisciplinary and academic collaboration in movement and language, embodied cognition and the focus on audience experience alongside space/site.

Over the last 7 years Janine has developed her practice in Europe and the UK alongside interpreting works of others in museum and gallery contexts. Recently she has presented her work with: Dance Umbrella (Screensaver Series) Sadler’s Wells (STACK, Screensaver Series, The Performing Book), V&A Museum and Museum of Childhood(STACK, The Performing Book), Brighton Festival (The Performing Book), Brighton Digital Festival, Sånafest (The Human Clock) , Studio 303 Montreal, Future Oceans showcase New York, Villa Empain Brussels (Satelliser: a dance for the gallery, Screensaver Series).