mccoll-misme is an interdisciplinary international group founded in London, which artistic practice is based on collaborative work, applying the idea of creative dialogues and prototypes development to the compositional process as a methodological tool for research and creation. mccoll-misme’s work explores the relationship between video installation, technology, text and interactivity, searching for different ways of looking at the body and generating body-image compositions.
Jennifer McColl is a research student currently undertaking an MPhil in Performing Arts at Brunel University. Her work as a dancer, theorist and lecturer has deepened on topics related with dance and technology in South America and Europe.
Anne-Laure Misme is a postgraduate student undertaking a MA in Contemporary Performance Making at Brunel University. She has worked as an art practitioner and video artist in Europe and has performed in Slovenia, Japan and UK.