Since 2003, Public Recordings’ dance experiments have proposed choreography as the tension between the established and the emergent – while their performances have made the remarkable case that dance changes how we imagine the possible. A collaborative operation that conjoins artistic research, performance creation, learning, and publication, Public Recordings makes groundbreaking projects that activate the potentials of shared space. Works including /Dance/Songs/, 300 TAPES, relay, what we are saying and The Most Together We’ve Ever Been have been presented in Belgium, Croatia, France, Italy, Slovenia, The Netherlands, the UK, and across Canada.