Siobhan Davies first worked with Artangel on 13 Different Keys in 1999. In 2014 a live work Davies choreographed with dance artist Helka Kaski was performed as part of the events programme for Artangel project, Plot.
Siobhan Davies, orginally trained in art, has been at the forefront of new developments in dance for the past two decades, dancing with the London Contemporary Dance Theatre in the 70s before becoming its lead choreographer and then founding her own award-winning company since 1988. She has received numerous awards, including a Fulbright Arts Fellowship, four Digital Dance Awards, and six nominations for the Prudential Award for Dance, which she won in 1996. In 1993 and 1996 she won the Olivier Award for Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues and The Art of Touch respectively. The Art of Touch also won the 1996 Evening Standard Award for Outstanding Production. Davies was appointed both Choreographer in Residence and Senior Research Fellow at the Roehampton Institute, London and in October 1996, she accepted an Honorary Fellowship at Trinity College of Music.