Narcifixion – Anton
Digital

Venue Online
Dates 15 May 2021
Category Digital Screening

FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres present
Dance Bites 2021
NARCIFIXION – ANTON
DIGITAL

“Looking closely at YOU – NARCIFIXION – MUST SEE!” 

“truly manages to make contemporary dance interesting and accessible.” Dance Australia (Supermodern by Anton, Dance Bites 2012)

Led by powerful performers Anton and Brianna Kell, Narcifixion is a dark and humorous work about narcissism. This pertinent, highly detailed and expansive contemporary dance duet examines identity in the digital age. Inspired by narcissistic behaviour epidemically prevalent across the screen space, Narcifixion explores physical characters, who are in a constant state of exhibiting and observing themselves. Tapped, scanned and swiped, this enticingly strange world is jam packed with riotous dance, physical characters and over the top theatricality.

Set in tune to the deep synth vibes of Jai Pyne and illuminated by Steve Hendy, the dance of Narcifixion is dense, superficial, super serious and profoundly absurd.


Book tickets on this page for the digital, streamed performance on Youtube. If you’re looking for the Live Show click here.


How You Can Access
Filmed at Riverside Theatres and streaming into your home. This concert will be available once only on YouTube. This concert is a digital streaming experience, and will not be available to view online after the event. You are welcome to share and watch the performance as a group or couple. But if you are going to share the online version with your family or a group in your household, please consider that when choosing your tickets.

Please note there is no transaction fee for this concert.

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This project has been supported through a City of Parramatta Council Creative Economy Grant

Photo Image: Jhuny- Boy Bora

DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER/PERFORMER
ANTON

CHOREOGRAPHER/ PERFORMER
BRIANNA KELL

COMPOSER
JAI PYNE

LIGHTING DESIGNER
STEVE HENDY

EDUCATION CONSULTANT
SHANE CARROLL

PRODUCER
ANTON


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Dates and Times:

Saturday 15 May 2021 at 8pm

Duration

60 minutes with no interval

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