Eve Stainton is an artist inspired by the complexities of uncodeable queer encounters and how queerness intersects with race and class. This is expressed through practices of dancing and digital collage, and connecting with community. Their movement worlds believe in imagination, texture and conflicting emotional states, undoing essentialist thinking. Along this line, Eve views their digital collage work as science fiction choreographies. Where morphing the self, environment and atmosphere can create grounds for more expansive understandings of the lesbian identity, non-gender/variance, and perceptions of the ‘real’. Eve is committed to an on-going process of active anti-racism and personal accountability.





Choreographic work:

Dykegeist, solo, 2020
Co-commissioned by The Place and ICA, supported by Arts Council England

- To premier at ICA, March 2021
- South East Dance, Autumn 2021

Rubby Sucky Forge, The Place Theatre, 2020

Co-commissioned by And What Queer Arts Festival and The Place 

Performers Gaby Agis, Joseph Funnell, Eve Stainton

Rubby Sucky, solo, (2018-2019)

- Sadler's Wells Lilian Baylis Theatre, 2019. Performed in the context of Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome's Wild Card event 'INCHOATE BUZZ'. Alongside artists Jamila Johnson-Small, Rukeya, Kiera Coward Deyell, Isabel Muñoz-Newsome. 
- Steakhouse Live curated by Katy Baird and Aaron Wright

- Laban, 2019, as part of 'Difficulty in Dance Discourse' symposium

- Move Close, Club night at VFD, 2019

- inner u, Club night at The Yard, 2018

LOW-KEY, 2017- 2019, in collaboration with Michael Kitchin and Sara Sassanelli with a different invited performer

- Platform Southwark Gallery, with Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome
- Somerset House, with Rukeya
- inner u at The Yard, with Rowdy

NOLO: Curating the Body, A cross cultural project with Michael Kitchin and Sorcha Stott-Strzala between artists in London and Montreal, 2017
Invited contributing choreographers: Seke Chimutengwende, Florence Peake, Henrietta Hale, Frauke Requardt, Adam Kinder, Sasha Kleinplatz, Katie Ward. Performed by Eve Stainton

- Guest Projects, London, 2016

- Tangente Danse 4 night run, Montreal, 2017 

Video work:

With [the ghosts] (2020)

Commissioned by Block Universe, supported by ArtFund for their online programme 'Sessions'

Apparition Apparition digital collage film (2019)

Lives inside the live performance work Apparition Apparition in collaboration with Florence Peake. Presented at Venice Biennale performance programme 2019


Rubby Sucky Forge digital collage film (2020)
Lives inside live performance work Rubby Sucky Forge, presented at The Place, 2020)

Spider Revenge digital collage film (2019)
Supported by METAL Time and Space residency programme and Arts Council England.
Lives inside live performance Dykegeist to be premiered at ICA, March 2020


- Rich Mix during the creation of Rubby Sucky Forge, 2019

- The Place during the creation of Rubby Sucky Forge, 2020
- The Place, as a selected Choreodrome 2019 artist for creation of Dykegeist, 2019
- METAL Southend and Liverpool as selected Time & Space artist, to support digital collage film Queer Spider Revenge, 2019
- Dance 4 and Siobhan Davies, to support creation of Augmented Superpile in collaboration with Michael Kitchin, 2018


- AQNB online publication, 2020 'Queer transformational states & the emotional edges of metal in the dance & digital collage of Eve Stainton’s Rubby Sucky Forge in London', by Jared Davis

- FACT Mag, online, 2020 'Eve Stainton experiments with sci-fi choreographies in Rubby Sucky Forge', by Henry Bruce-Jones

- Twin Magazine, in print 'The Age of Excoriation' feature by Dorothy Feaver, featuring digital collage work, 2020
- Not Cancelled Salon online, featuring digital collage works
- Kunst Bulletin 06, featuring digital collage work Friendly Creature, 2020
- Dazed Beauty, 'Masculinity' feature
, 2019

Work for other artists:

Anthea Hamilton at Tate Britain and Volcano Extravaganza, Stromboli. Jamila Johnson-Small as Last Year Interesting Negro at ICA, Malik Nashad Sharpe as marikiscrycrycry 2019 tour, Tai Shani at Nottingham Contemporary, Compagnie ECOs international tour, Holly Blakey at Southbank Centre and UK tour, Jacopo Miliani at DRAF, Sonia Boyce and Barbara Gamper at Goldfrapp Anymore music video and Glastonbury, Years and Years, Mabel, Vivienne Westwood, ArtSchool, Molly Goddard, Claire Barrow among others, and walked during London/Berlin/Paris/Shanghai Fashion Week.


click here for CV in collaboration with Florence Peake