A new beginning: multiple transformations
As we descend deeper into the unchartered depths of the 21st Century one thing is certain; humanity has a big question. What can we do about the environmental effects our current practices have on the natural world and consequently us?
Prime: Orderly is a dance performance and a distillation of two years research undertaken by Australia Council Dance Fellow, Dean Walsh. His choreographic research into marine environments – from scuba diving to interviewing some of Sydney’s most experienced marine environment experts -has produced a new choreographic scoring system, Prime: Orderly.
Come on this extraordinary journey with Dean at the creative interface between dance, environment and science.
There will be Q&A sessions after each performance, with guest facilitators from the arts, diving and science communities.
Choreographer: Dean Walsh
Performers: Dean Walsh, Natalie Ayton, Kathryn Puie
“Walsh is a powerful, exceptionally skilled and provocative dancer, as well as choreographer.” Lloyd Bradford Syke, Curtain Call, Crikey.com
“….there is no break in the pleasure of watching Walsh move.” Jill Sykes, SMH
Walsh is an artist with important things to say.” RealTime Magazine
Dates & Times:
8pm, Thursday 25 October 2012
12.30pm, Friday 26 October 2012
8pm, Friday 26 October 2012
8pm, Saturday 27 October2012
Adult $28, Conc. $25*
* Transaction fees apply