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Photo documentation Cheryl Stock www.accentedbody.com. the body as site. physical visual aural virtual cultural the encoded dancing body: contemporary dance classical ballet Butoh martial arts trance dance

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the body as site
the body as site

physical

visual

aural

virtual

cultural

the encoded dancing body:

contemporary dance

classical ballet

Butoh

martial arts

trance dance

adapting and inventing new choreographic processes to encompass the ‘poetics of technology’ (Hellen Sky, 2005)

Shane Weatherby, photo: Sonja de Sterke

transforming the body in site
transforming the body in site

traces, residues and accents of the performers, as well as felt and imagined past presences in the sites provide a transformation of the body in site.

Ko-Pei Lin & Elise May, photo: Sonja de Sterke

shared experience of site
shared experience of site

relationship of performers and audience to each other in relation to site

traces, residues and accents of the performers, as well as felt and imagined past presences in the sites provided a transformation of the body in site.

performers and audience journey to the next site

Photo: Hyojung Seo

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animating the sites through light

creative industries precinct transformed

lighting designers: David Murray & Justin Marshman

Photo: Aaron Veryard

prescient terrain
prescient terrain

Brisbane-based team of Prescient Terrain sites the body as an unsettled topography exploring the transformation from animal to human states in the landscaped environment of Kulgun Park, Kelvin Grove Urban Village.

Photo: Aaron Veryard

prescient terrain personnel
prescient terrain personnel

performers

Richard Causer

Shane Weatherby

with QUT dancers:

D'Arcy Andrews

Jane Eastwood

Angela Goh

Tegan Ollett

Todd Madden

Sean McColgan

Monique Singh

Kimberly Smith

Hsin-Ying Tsai

Richard Causer choreography

Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey

sound score

Maria Adriana Verdaasdonk performance conceptRosa Hirakata costume designHsin-Ju Chiu rehearsal assistant

Shane Weatherby

Photo Aaron Veryard

prescient terrain kulgun park
prescient terrain - kulgun park

Richard Causer

Photo: Aaron Veryard

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presences

the point

Cheryl Stock direction

Bridget Fiske, Liz Lea, Elise May, Ko-Pei Lin and prescient terrain cast performers

Photo: Hyojung Seo

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presences

Elise May,

Photo: Fiona Cullen

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separating shadows

Vanessa Mafédirection

Jondi Keaneinstallation & performance

Avril Huddymovement & performance

Charlotte Cuttingvideo designer

Jason Hargreavescinematographer

David Pylemultimedia

Jason Organlighting

Janet Crowcostumes

Avril Huddy Jondi Keane,

Photo: Fiona Cullen

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The Brisbane-based team transformed this site from its usual function as a foyer into a performance corridor where a wide screen allows the shadows cast by the performers’ live actions to merge with video projections of shadows. Fragments of dance movement juxtaposed with daily actions, sound and text highlight the experiences and sensations explored through shadows.

Photo: Fiona Cullen

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ether

Richard Causer

Photo: Aaron Veryard

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ether

Melbourne-based ether team creates a ‘virtual temple’ from 13 kilometres of cascading rope, and a sound score incorporating tropical night sounds recorded at the site with reverberances from international temple sites, accompanying a ritual performance by Tony Yap, drawing on Malaysian trance dance.

Tony Yap director/dancer

Madeleine Flynn composer/musician

Tim Humphrey composer/musician

Naomi Ota

visual artist

Ria Soemardjo vocalist

Ria Soemardjo

Photo: Aaron Veryard

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ether

Tony Yap

Photo: Alex Chen

ether
ether

ether

Photo: Aaron Veryard

living lens
living lens

Elise May & I-Pin Lin

photo: Aaron Veryard

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Japanese, Australian and Taiwanese artists develop ‘living lens’as a three-dimensional ‘living painting’. The performers wear motion sensors to create transitions and interdependencies between visual, sonic and bodily elements.

Ko-Pei Lin

Photo: Ian Hutson

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living lens

Photo: Fiona Cullen

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living lens

Photo: Ian Hutson

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living lens

Richard Causer

Photo: Aaron Veryard

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global drifts

live and streamed choreographic event, occurring simultaneously in London, Brisbane and Seoul

21st century dance using motion data generated by performers and audience alike in the urban architectures

Photo: Seo Hyojung

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global drifts

streamed through global networks, data is transformed into real time audio visual environments projected to architectural skins of buildings, portals to other worlds which animate civic space Photo: Hyojung Seo

dissolving presences
dissolving presences

dissolving

presences

small vignettes, featuring performers and creators from other sites, this site draws on traces, residues and intermittent fragments of other sites in a sharing, re-development and re-invention of existing movement, sound and visual material

Photo: Aaron Veryard

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dissolving presences

Cheryl Stock

concept/direction

Sarah Rubidge

Tetsutoshi Tabata

visuals direction

Madeleine Flynn

Tim Humphrey

sound direction

Richard Causer, Bridget Fiske, Liz Lea, Ko-Pei Lin, Elise May, Ria Soemardjo, Tony Yap and prescient terrain cast

performers

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dissolving

presences

connecting

the live and virtual

body as site and in site

Photo:Hyojung Seo

dissolving presences1
dissolving presences

the body as site: Ko-Pei Lin & Elise May

Photo: Aaron Veryard

residual memories serendipitous connections accumulations and dispersals new possibilities
residual memories serendipitous connections accumulations and dispersals new possibilities