New Work

New Work


Seke is currently researching a new group choreography looking at ghosts and haunted houses as metaphors for how histories of slavery and colonialism haunt the present.


From June to August 2021 Seke will be undertaking residencies at Dance4, Bluecoat, Newstead Abbey and The Place, funded by ACE Project Grants, and joined by a group of 5 dancers - Natifah White, Rose Sall Sao, Rhys Dennis, Alethia Antonia, and Adrienne Ming; as well as dramaturg Charlie Ashwell.


Previous research residencies have taken place at The Place (Choreodrome), Battersea Arts Centre, Wainsgate Dances and Chats Palace during 2019 & 2020.


'Sneak Peak' livestreamed sharing

17th June 2021, 5 - 6:30pm BST

Seke and dancers will share work-in-progress extracts from their research so far, livestreamed online from their residency at iC4C, Dance4. Click here to book.




"Haunting Newstead Abbey" - online panel discussion from March 2021.

Watch on YouTube




"Horror-graphic: Colonial Ghosts, Haunted Futures and Phantom Dances"

25th August 2020, 10-11:30 am

Online workshop via Zoom - part of Mono Makers Month, with The Mono Box.


Seke also led a "Horror-graphic" workshop at Wainsgate Dances in 2019.




Click here for a video interview with Charlie Morrissey, from Wainsgate Dances, about the research.




Below is a reading of a choreographic score, written as part of Seke's research, which was included in the online symposium 'Proximity: new directions in art and social repair', organised by Migrant Artists Mutual Aid.


Image above: Charlie Morrissey


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