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Autonomous

March 25, 2017

About Presented by Australian Dance Party, Autonomous reflects on our relationships with technological invention, the urban landscape and connection, as we move, transition, turn and weave through our days in motorised car choreographies. With an interest in re-framing who and what can perform, Autonomous positions the car as the dancer. Set in a CBD carpark […]

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48 POINTS AROUND THE SHOULDER (IN SHORTS)

March 8, 2017

About A series of hand positions around the shoulder according to a randomly-generated string of co-ordinates. Discrete positions become a pathway through space, inevitably involving the whole body and expanding out into space. The dance is built in front of you; it’s building blocks made clear. The dancer is wearing shorts.

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Autonomous

About Presented by Australian Dance Party, Autonomous reflects on our relationships with technological invention, the urban landscape and connection, as we move, transition, turn and weave through our days in motorised car choreographies. With an interest in re-framing who and what can perform, Autonomous positions the car as the dancer. Set in a CBD carpark […]

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Closing Night Party

About We’ve done it! We’ve gone the distance. And so did you!! There’s only one thing left to do – celebrate all that we’ve accomplished. And recover from that five day festival workout! We’ll be doubled over in The Phoenix, unwinding with the wonderful JumpCuts crew. Come and help us recuperate with a tasty beverage. […]

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Concrete

About Are you confused? Maybe we can help. Concrete is a quick-witted collision between the hysterical and serious, the classy and trashy and the clever and well…? Concrete infuses Circus, Dance, Comedy and Physical theatre to explore the phenomenon of the feminine and masculine and the consciousness of those in-between. Concrete scrutinises how external influences […]

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Connectivity

About Is your connection patchy? Intermittent? See how Somebody’s Aunt finds ingenious ways to link, relate, and friend others. This improvising group of movers collaborate with musicians Nitya Bernard Parker and Andrew Purdam to explore what makes or breaks our connections, from intimate encounters to the wider web of life. See how being connected affects […]

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Contested Land

About Contested Land is the latest creation from Second Echo Ensemble. We are working with ideas that are both quietly political and socially evocative investigating the history of nations, conflicts both embodied and landscaped, and lines drawn in the sand. Early inspirations and creative points of conversation and departure include Woody Guthrie, the current Australian […]

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Haigiography

About Inhabit Haig Park with us, engaging with its capacity to prompt fear and loathing as well as love and peace. Come on a sensory journey of destruction and redemption, with pockets of joy and avenues of fear. In the spirit of situationist art, we will invoke festivity and fantasy as ritualised reconciliation with an […]

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Deciduous Waltz

About Jack and Jill go up the hill Close to the CBD They don their frocks and coattails And have a spot of tea   The leaves have turned, the slope is steep And though they waltz around The timeless tune is sure to play They both go tumbling down Deciduous Waltz is a playful […]

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a man and woman dance in a park

Deciduous Waltz

About Jack and Jill go up the hill Close to the CBD They don their frocks and coattails And have a spot of tea The leaves have turned, the slope is steep And though they waltz around The timeless tune is sure to play They both go tumbling down Deciduous Waltz is a playful duet […]

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