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A collaboration between Choreographer & Director - Constant Vigier and Curator & Producer - Jamiel Laurence

“16 Takes, coming together as 1...”

Ahead of the Lockdown of 2020, Choreographer Constant Vigier had planned to work with a large group of dancers to develop some movement ideas using visual devices, patterns, and formations.

However, with only himself available, Vigier used his mobile device and a collaborative Production & Curation process with Dance Filmmaker Jamiel Laurence to capture and duplicate himself in order to fulfil the essence of the idea on screen.

7 collaborative dance shorts have so far been released, tailored to the Instagram social media format, and released worldwide. The project has so far engaged 7 Dance Artists, led to evolutions on the idea for other platforms and worked safely throughout lockdown with dancers, brands and recording artists.

Two further works in the collaborative series have so far been shot and are due for release in Q2 2021.

The 16:1 series received public praise from Alexei Ratmansky for being one of the only lockdown video dances that “Actually Worked.”

16:1 Vii - Lengua

16:1 Scott - check out the latest #colourful entry in the 16:1 series from the minds of choreographer Constant Vigier and Jamiel Laurence.

This edition was shot in Glasgow ahead of dancer Scott McKenzie returning to The National Ballet of Canada for the season after a delayed start during the #pandemic.

If you liked this version, check out the full range of 16:1 with many more collaborators over at



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