IMGX: Installation Dance & Art
Livestream Apr 24

Virtual Gallery Apr 21 – 25

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April 24 – 7:00pm  |  Livestream performance

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IMGX: Installation Dance and Art
A VDCM Event presented in association with the PHT Creative Hub Cooperative

IMGX: Installation Dance & Art is a livestream and virtual event at Presentation House Theatre, North Vancouver. A dance show about imagery from literary to figurative, IMGX connects you virtually to video, art and performances inside two North Vancouver venues with performances by dancers Kay Huang Barnes and Virginia Duivenvoorden.

The show is developed in association with Crossmaneuver, PHT Creative Hub Cooperative, The Dance Centre, The United Way Lower Mainland, New Works and is supported by the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver through the Arts & Culture Grants Program of the North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission.

April 24th 7pm Programme

Present in Absence – Inspired by the writing of Mary O’Donnell Fulkerson
Silverline Community Art Project
Hearts of Cloth

Cast and Credits

Choreography by Virginia Duivenvoorden
Directed by Kay Huang Barnes
Collaborating artist: Claudia Artiga
Stage Manager: Linzi Voth
Event Planner: Stephanie Jones

Meet the Creative Team

Video Techs: Nico D

Creative Consultants:

  • Candice Johnson
  • Charlene Aleck
  • Deborah Rossouw

Artist Mentorship: Julie Mamias, New Works


Sound Mix by

  • Frank and Virginia Duivenvoorden
  • Featuring music by Frank Duivenvoorden, Marconi Union, Jody Wisternoff, U2, Imogen Heap, Tycho and Helena Goch

Technical Support: The Dance Centre

Technical Director: Chengyan Boon

About Virginia Duivenvoorden

Virginia is a performing artist, choreographer and educator. She shares her dance practice through the facilitation of community engaged dance practice. She started her performing arts career by dancing with the Karen Jamieson Dance Company and interpreting solos by choreographers including Serge Bennathan and Cornelius Fischer-Credo. Virginia eventually developed a practice as solo artist and choreographer. Virginia completed her BA in dance and performance at the European Dance Development Centre. The program in Arnhem, Netherlands later became Master of Choreography at ArtEZ University of the Arts. From time to time, individuals who are not family members are invited to dance with the indigenous dance company, Dancers of Damelahid. Virginia was invited into one of those roles.

Resulting from her research in the field of arts, health and medicine, Virginia is also a movement educator for patients with chronic pain and those coping with disabilities. She writes art enrichment programs for high school and elementary students. Her dance work is currently supported by Crossmaneuver, North Vancouver Recreation and Culture, PHT Creative Hub Cooperative, The Dance Centre, United Way Lower Mainland and New Works.

About Kay Huang Barnes

Kay danced professionally for Karen Jamieson Dance Company. Her choreography has been featured in Vancouver, United States, and Barcelona, Spain.  A faculty member of UBC And Arts Umbrella, she has since piloted dance and movement programs for many of the Downtown Eastside Preschools, Immigration Service Society, Down Syndrome Research Foundation, Vancouver School Board, Connect Through the Arts in Surrey, and has been a guest artist at Sarah McLachlan School of Music, Arts Umbrella Pre-Professional Theatre, and Byng Theatre. 
Kay founded crossmaneuver in 2011 as a vehicle for young artists to be trained and to participate in interdisciplinary works of art.  In 2019, crossmaneuver and Emily Carr University of Art and Design, along with Microsoft Vancouver, created a project with teens in exploring and creating dance with virtual digital media.  Kay has collaborated with many dance, theatre and visual artists and companies in Vancouver Including Davi Rodrigues, Little Mountain Lion TheatreLara Barclay, Claudia Segovia, Jessica Ames, Kayla Heselwood, Roselle Healy, and Virginia Duivenvoorden.

About Claudia Artiga

Claudia is a Salvadoran born artist, based in North Vancouver, BC.  Her principal medium is painting with acrylics, although she also includes drawing, watercolour and mixed media experimentation in her practice. Growing up in El Salvador, Claudia felt deeply connected to her surroundings: the ocean and the local flora and fauna, thus her expression has focused mainly on nature. She has studied drawing, illustration and painting at the prestigious Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver and abstract painting and mixed media at the Greenwich campus of the London South East Colleges in the UK. Claudia aims to capture the human connection to the natural and physical world, and she continues to be inspired by the beauty of the Pacific North West Coast where she currently resides with her husband, children and her Havanese pup named Romeo.

Meet Linzi Voth and Nico Dicecco

Linzi Voth, Stage Manager

Linzi is a Vancouver based stage manager specializing in dance & musical theatre. She holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts Degree and Musical Theatre Diploma from Capilano University. Linzi has stage managed for Ballet BC, Ballet Kelowna, Mascall Dance, Dancing on the Edge Festival, Royal City Musical Theatre Society, Raincity Theatre, Pacific Theatre, and many more companies, studios, and collectives. Linzi apprenticed with Arts Club Theatre, Chemainus Theatre Festival, Vancouver Opera, & City Opera Vancouver/Pacific Opera Victoria. When she’s not stage managing, Linzi choreographs for musical theatre; most recently: Nunsense with First Impressions Theatre, Amélie with Westmoon Theatre (Ovation Award nominations), and Les Misérables at Eric Hamber Secondary. As a dancer herself, Linzi is passionate about the importance of a healthy lifestyle and will be studying Holistic Nutrition in the upcoming year. Linzi enjoys travelling, coffee, cats, motorcycles, & anything purple.


Nico Dicecco, Video Tech

Nico Dicecco

Nico is a production manager, stage manager, videographer, projection designer, and sound designer based in Richmond, BC. He works across disciplines with theatre artists, filmmakers, and choreographers to create visually stunning and technologically innovative pieces. He has collaborated with Olivia C. Davies on Crow’s Nest and Other Places She’s Gone (2018), Wishing Well (2020), and Matriarchs Uprising (2020) – a showcase which featured works by Aria Evans, Mariaa Randall, Henrietta Baird, and Louise Potiki Bryant. He has also worked with Mascall Dance on numerous projects, including a long-term international collaboration with Fidget Collective founder Claire O’Neil. Nico has also been working with Made in BC: Dance on Tour since 2019, acting as production manager for showcases in 2019 and 2020 and the MiBC Creative Residency showing in November 2019.

VDCM Productions

As a dance collective, we practice experimentation while remaining connected to learning principles and lifelong movement development. Creative process is central to the work we share through performance, video, art and education.

Brooke MacAllister, Photographer
Performance Photo Credits: Virginia Duivenvoorden performing. Photo by Brooke MacAllister
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