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LONDON, UK: London Ho! Jody Oberfelder Projects at the V & A

LONDON, UK: London Ho! Jody Oberfelder Projects at the V & A


Jody Oberfelder Projects


Victoria and Albert Museum
London, UK


Saturday, April 23, 2022 - 1:00pm, 3:00pm



Jody Oberfelder Projects

Hello everyone,

We are thrilled to participate in the V & A Museum Performance Festival on Saturday, April 23.  Performances will be at 1pm and 3pm, duration 20 minutes. 

Jody Oberfelder Projects (JOP) and guest dancers will perform an excerpt from the larger work Walking to Present in the John Madejski Garden fountain at the V & A, titled Splash Dance. Inscribing the pool in the center of the garden, we offer a dance both reverent and irreverent. 

Choreography: Jody Oberfelder, in collaboration with performers Christopher Matthews, Jody Oberfelder, Maya Orchin, Andrew Sanger plus guest dancers: Rohan Dhupar, tim lytc, Genevieve Maxwell, Kate Page, Maya Takeda and Costumes: Katrin Schnabl. Performance will take place in Raphael Gallery 48a if poor weather.

Of course we hope it is not pouring rain!  Also, we hope for perfect weather on Saturday, June 4th. Save the date—Walking to Present (Brooklyn,)  an ambulatory performance starting at the Center for Brooklyn History moving into Cadman Plaza will be performed with a wonderful cast of NYC and UK dancers: Ching-I Chang, Aditi Dhruv, Vanessa Knouse, Christopher Matthews, Daniel Morimoto, Jody Oberfelder, Maya Orchin, Andrew Sanger, and Mark Willis. More on that soon.

Happy Spring and here’s to longer and brighter days.  #nowar

— Jody Oberfelder


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Photo: © Paula Court

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