Releasing the Archive - Installation: 'Releasing Her Archive' Dance for Screen - Video and Images
The practice-led project ‘Releasing the Archive’, undertaken in
collaboration with dance-scholar Carol Brown (NZ/AUS), aims to re-articulate marginalised modernist exile-dance practices
and histories, with reference to the work of Austrian Jewish choreographer
Gertrud Bodenwieser (1890-1959) who pioneered Modern Dance in New Zealand and
Australia after 1939. It embraces trends towards somatic-informed dance
practices, performance-as-archive, and the revisioning of modernist dance
This item contains documentation of the Video Installation/Film 'Releasing Her Archive' which forms one of the outputs for this project.
Artistic Direction: Carol Brown
Movement Direction and Research: Thomas Kampe
Editorial Direction: Owa Barua
Videography: Meek Zuiderwyk
Sound: Russell Scoones
Video Assistant: Freddie Errazo
Performers: Katie Rudd, Lucy Lynch, Chris Ofanoa, Karl Tolentino, Maryam B. Nesami.
This film is part of exhibition Alles Tanzt – Kosmos Wener Tanzmoderne, Theatermuseum Wien (2019/2020), Vienna. It has also been screened as part of exhibition SUR SUR, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (MAC), Santiago de Chile, Chile, opening on 16/11/2017. It was presented at Lightmovies Screendance Festival, Limerick in 2018, and at Auckland Live Digital Stage in January 2019.
Photographs courtesy of Carol Brown (dancers Katie Rudd and Maryam Nesami)
Video courtesy of Carol Brown, Owa Barua and Meek Zuiderwyk
Used with permission.
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