skin muscle bone ceremony ritual dancing not for camera

for camera enabling creativity curating the movement of

things mixing matching stitching and undoing what has

been lying dormant to see to feel to remember the history

of your blood its all there in the body

skin muscle bone ceremony ritual dancing not for camera for camera enabling creativity curating the movement of things mixing matching stitching and undoing what has been lying dormant to see to feel to remember the history of your blood its all there in the body

Imogen Knight is a movement director and artist working with the body in the form of choreography, connectivity and somatic movement.

Imogen works across theatre, film and tv, classical and electronic music, performance and visual art, photography, and opera.

Imogen was movement coach on Chernobyl for HBO and for the upcoming The Power for Amazon. 

Imogen works closely with the visual artist and performer Heather Agyepong and in 2021 they premiered THE BODY REMEMBERS, a piece of performance art exploring the impact of trauma in the body and the power of movement in the healing process. 

Imogen is the movement director for NYX – female trans non binary electronic drone choir. NYX looks to reshape the role of the traditional female choir, testing the limits of organic and synthetic modulation to explore the entire spectrum of collective female voice as an instrument. 

Imogen worked alongside Matthew Herbert and Frank Wiedemann to create the opening ceremony for the City of Culture in Esch, Luxembourg, 2022. 

Imogen has directed work with orchestras and musicians from the London Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia and Royal College of Music and Royal Northern College of Music that explores alternative and heightened ways of experiencing classical and electronic music. Imogen worked alongside Matthew Herbert and 

Imogen works closely with the music artists Common, Matthew Herbert, Gazelle Twin and Keeley Forsyth. 

Imogen works with the innovative charity BODY & SOUL, a charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach to address the life-threatening effects of childhood adversity in people of all ages. 

Imogen has strong ties with CLEAN BREAK Theatre Company who work to create profound and positive change in the lives of women with experience of the criminal justice system. 

Imogen was awarded the Choreography for Children 2012 commission by Sadler’s Wells, Company of Angels and The Place. OMG! premiered at The Place and Sadler’s Wells in 2013.

Imogen Knight is a movement director and artist working with the body in the form of choreography, connectivity and somatic movement.

Imogen works across theatre, film and tv, classical and electronic music, performance and visual art, photography, and opera.

Imogen was movement coach on Chernobyl for HBO and for the upcoming The Power for Amazon. 

Imogen works closely with the visual artist and performer Heather Agyepong and in 2021 they premiered THE BODY REMEMBERS, a piece of performance art exploring the impact of trauma in the body and the power of movement in the healing process. 

Imogen is the movement director for NYX – female trans non binary electronic drone choir. NYX looks to reshape the role of the traditional female choir, testing the limits of organic and synthetic modulation to explore the entire spectrum of collective female voice as an instrument. 

Imogen worked alongside Matthew Herbert and Frank Wiedemann to create the opening ceremony for the City of Culture in Esch, Luxembourg, 2022. 

Imogen has directed work with orchestras and musicians from the London Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia and Royal College of Music and Royal Northern College of Music that explores alternative and heightened ways of experiencing classical and electronic music. Imogen worked alongside Matthew Herbert and 

Imogen works closely with the music artists Common, Matthew Herbert, Gazelle Twin and Keeley Forsyth. 

Imogen works with the innovative charity BODY & SOUL, a charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach to address the life-threatening effects of childhood adversity in people of all ages. 

Imogen has strong ties with CLEAN BREAK Theatre Company who work to create profound and positive change in the lives of women with experience of the criminal justice system. 

Imogen was awarded the Choreography for Children 2012 commission by Sadler’s Wells, Company of Angels and The Place. OMG! premiered at The Place and Sadler’s Wells in 2013.