Still Point Turning

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FORM Dance Projects

Still Point Turning


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

27 November - 29 November 2014

“At the still point, there the dance is…” – TS Eliot

A synthesis of dance, video, sound and installation, choreographer Linda Luke brings her new solo performance Still Point Turning to FORM Dance Projects. Initially inspired by TS Eliot’s poem Burnt Norton, Still Point Turning explores perceptions of time, stillness, and turbulence. It reflects upon the fragmented and transient nature of contemporary culture, alluding to euro centric history and our obsession with ‘clock’ time. Juxtaposing this, Linda reflects on the nature of cosmic time, the eternal cycle of living and dying, and that deep – yet elusive – silence that resides in every one of us.

Choreographer & Performer: Linda Luke
Composer: Vic McEwan
Video Artist: Martin Fox
Lighting Designer: Clytie Smith
Artistic Consultant: Tess de Quincey
Designer: Justine Shih-Pearson
Producer: Artful Management
Photo Credit: Mayu Kanamori

Dates & Times:
8:00pm, Thursday 27 November
12:30pm, Friday 28 November
8:00pm, Friday 28 November
8:00pm, Saturday 29 November

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

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Adult $28
Concession $25
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
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