I am a dance and the moving image film/video artist/maker. My interest is to experiment with the moving body as it is captured through the framed vision of the camera. My interest and continued exploration, the relationship and collaboration between movement, space, captured moving image, visual art and screening/ exhibition.
I have been a performer/dancer and choreographed for independent projects on stage and on film/video. Also I have directed and produced my own dance shorts, screened at international and national film festivals: (Monaco Grimaldi, Berlinale, Talent Campus, American dance festival, Montage Video dance festival South Africa, Mandal Norway Emotion, Dance on screen, London, Il Coreografo Elettronico, Napoli etc.
Name: Steven Fajana
Lives in: London, England
Company: Danceart Projects
Occupation: Filmmaker, Choreographer, Editor, Production Assistant and Other
Film (short) by Isaac Julien Friend Isaac Julien Paradise Omeros Isaac Julien’s three-channel video Paradise Omeros (2002) explores the social, political, and emotional terrain of postcolonial identity through a richly imagined, elliptical narrative that steps outside the bounds of linear time to link two island cultures: 1960s England and contemporary Saint Lucia. The video’s protagonist, Achille, appears in both locations, first working as a waiter at a brilliantly colorful tropical resort and later wandering through bleak and gray London housing projects. Dreamlike scenes of the ocean and a lively party in an immigrant’s apartment spe
University of Westminster