Fractured is an installation made in collaboration with dance photographer Rachel Cherry.

Fractured is an installation work made in collaboration with dance photographer Rachel Cherry. The images are suspended from the ceiling on ropes and visitors are encouraged to engage with the work by touching, pushing, spinning and reorganising the images in the space.

Photos by Rachel Cherry

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Rich Mix, London

Thursday, 11 October 2012

The Hat Factory, Luton

Photographer Rachel Cherry

Performer and choreography Jean Abreu

Fractured was supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Rachel Cherry

Rachel Cherry is one of the leading dance and performance photographers in the UK, whose clients include Laban, Southbank Centre, Foundation for Community Dance and Big Dance.

Rachel originally studied dance at Laban, where she became increasingly interested in working with photography, installation and site specific work. Photography became the focus of Rachel's creativity, and she later gained a Diploma in Photography at the London College of Communication.

Creative collaborations are key to Rachel's practice. In June 2011 she created Fractured a photographic installation, with choreographer and dancer Jean Abreu. The piece was supported by the National Lottery, through Arts Council England.