Geneva Foster Gluck

Geneva began performing at the age of four and has trained in gymnastics, dance and metal work. She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2003.

In 2007 she founded Sugar Beast Circus, a contemporary circus company that aims to break down the barriers between live art, circus and theatre. She approaches new circus from a fine art perspective and creates live performance that combines new technology, extreme physical skill and interdisciplinary research. She works with ideas of craftsmanship and anti-craftsmanship, absurdity, replica and suspension of disbelief.

Geneva also performs solo work under the name of Lady G Luck and in 2011 was nominated for a London Cabaret award.

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