Double Bill: Sketch & Between Two and Zero

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FORM Dance Projects

Double Bill: Sketch & Between Two and Zero


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

11 September - 13 September 2014

DOUBLE BILL

Sketch and Between Two & Zero are supported by Dance Makers Collective.

SKETCH

Sketch is the first full length work by Flatline; a new interdisciplinary collective that converges multiple art forms in new and exciting performance experiences. This triptych sees three dancers, a visual artist and composer transform the theatre into a hyper-sensorial world where these three mediums push and pull one another into new territory. The work converges old and new technologies to intercept lines, curves and colours with choreographic and sound scores. Flatline presents work that explores the spaces between art forms, bringing them closer to one another to a point where they are no longer distinguishable.

“Very cool. And a sign of the future, perhaps.” – Jill Sykes, Sydney Morning Herald

CHOREOGRAPHER: Carl Sciberras
VISUAL ARTIST: Todd Fuller
LIVE COMPOSITION: Mitchell Mollison
DANCERS: Katina Olsen, Carl Sciberras, Rosslyn Wythes
PRODUCER: Flatline
PHOTO CREDIT: Flatline

BETWEEN TWO AND ZERO

Matt Cornell and Miranda Wheen are imagining a social dance for the future. By changing the ‘rules of play’ their partnership negotiates intimacy, competition, gender politics, power grabs, tenderness and simple beauty between two people in real-time.

A new work choreographed and performed by Matt Cornell and Miranda Wheen.

Dates & Times:
8:00pm, Thursday 11 September
12:30pm, Friday 12 September
8:00pm, Friday 12 September
8:00pm, Saturday 13 September

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PERFORMANCE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTING

Tickets:
Adult $28, Conc. $25*
*Transaction fees may apply

“Get your brain gears grinding in the experimental!” – Stevie Zipper

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Concession $25
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