Poster 'Inala'


Human IEU brings together eleven artists working in a variety of mediums in a group show - FLUID. The work created in response to this theme challenges, provokes and dynamically engages the viewer in a collection that incorporates drawing, painting, video, sculpture, photography and performance. While to some the word FLUID may conjure up the gender fluidity emerging in today’s culture, to others FLUID suggests a method of working or a medium in which to work.
In Georg Meyer-Wiel's paintings chosen for this exhibition he explores fluid shapes found in nature’s arteries, from aerial views of river deltas and gas explosions to reflections on water.

Private View Tuesday May 7th from 6.00pm to 9.00pm - please RSVP.

7 - 12 May, Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG
Tuesday - Saturday 1.00pm - 7.00pm / Sunday 1.00pm - 5.00pm.

ROMEO A JULIET by Ballet Cymru

For this show Georg Meyer-Wiel has designed the costumes and the stage.
Critics Circle Award winning company Ballet Cymru present an extraordinary adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, a dynamic and unique collaboration between 3 of Wales’ outstanding arts organisations, Ballet Cymru, Coreo Cymru (The Dance Creative Producer for Wales) and the Riverfront Theatre in Newport.
Touring 30 May - 6 July.

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INALA by Sisters Grimm

For this show Georg Meyer-Wiel has designed the costumes.
After two sell-out runs at Sadler’s Wells, the smash hit international music and dance sensation INALA (meaning ‘abundance of goodwill’ in Zulu) makes its West End debut at the Peacock Theatre. Presenting three-time Grammy® Award-winning choral legends, the Soweto Gospel Choir, with choreography by multi award-winning Mark Baldwin OBE and current and former members of The Royal Ballet and Rambert, INALA delivers an exhilarating fusion of South African and Western cultures live on stage.
Performed by an exceptional company of 26 dancers, singers and musicians, INALA blends visceral dance with intricate rhythms of Zulu tradition, promising a powerfully uplifting live experience.
London West End - The Peacock 30 April - 18 May / Singapore - Sands Theatre 19 - 22 June 2019

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