Releasing the Archive - Performance: 'Lost & Found [Dances of Exile]' - Video of Performance & Documentation
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 legacies.
This item contains video documentation of the Performance 'Lost & Found', which is one component of the Research Output for this project. Also included are Images of the Performance Plan/Process.
Event Location: Q-Theatre, Auckland, New Zealand
Site - responsive immersive dance performance
Movement direction and research: Carol Brown and Thomas Kampe
Sound Design: Russell Scoones
Costume Design: Kasia Pol
Lighting design: Jo Kilgour
Dramaturg: Fiona Graham
Videographer Zuiderwyk, Meek
Dancers: Campbell, Kasina; Nesami, Maryam; Kokiri, Chrissy; Rudd, Katie; Tolentino, Carl; Ji, Xin
Video, Images & Floor Plan courtesy of Carol Brown, Russell Scoones and Kasia Pol.
Used with permission.
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