Gerry Turvey invites you to her world of adventurous choreography.

Gerry Turvey is a dance artist whose work playfully intervenes in public spaces, and art galleries. Turvey World Dance is small collective of dancers and artists who come together to  explore process and develop new work. Performances have been seen in churches, the library, the canal tow path, an allotment, city centres, and other urban environments

Gerry Turvey's work is sensitive yet striking and demonstrates her strong desire to communicate with the public. Turvey World Dance creates work that is visually stunning and reflects and responds to the inherent aspects of environment, the content of the work emphasizes the specific nature of each site performed in. Gerry's interests are in community, culture, and collaboration. She has contributed to projects in many parts of the world. including South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, America and in Europe she has worked extensively in Switzerland.

Gerry collaborates with art galleries where she uses the visual art as a starting point for movement and choreography. She was recently artist in residence at Huddersfield art gallery, and making projects at Whitworth Manchester, Graves Sheffield, Leeds art gallery; previously at  Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park,  mcb-a Switzerland and Iziko National Gallery, South Africa.

Gerry teaches Yoga at The Yoga Space Leeds, and brings people together to share positive physical experiences.

Gerry Turvey is based in Leeds, England.

See the 'Current' page for information about upcoming projects, or use the 'contact' page to get in touch with Gerry

Quotes

‘I was impressed by the great and creative work you accomplished. I was touched by the authenticity’...
‘I liked the way you "live and wear" the spaces...’

'The energy was uplifting and there was also a sense of serenity'

‘The performance was quite profound in a way that was very much you’

'The way the dancers inhabited the space made me feel a part of the fabric of the performance. I haven't seen anything quite like that in an art gallery.'