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Tuesday 27 October 2015
Arts Theatre

interview with natalie weir: artistic director of expressions dance company

Bridget Conway
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Natalie Weir has been the Artistic Director of Expressions Dance Company for seven years now and is currently touring her rendition of the classic opera Carmen which she’s aptly named Carmen Sweet. I caught up with Natalie and found out how her career in dance and choreography and how she’s captivating audiences from all backgrounds. Can you…
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Monday 24 March 2014
Arts dance Theatre

performance review: lake

Sophie Lamond
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Showing as part of the Gasworks’ Moving Parts season, Lake is Lisa Wilson’s first full-length work as a choreographer. She has succeeded in master storytelling without words. Lake is a picture of the Australian landscape; drawing out both its beauty and its inherent and sometimes frightening power. Interested in ‘using water as a metaphor for…
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Wednesday 22 May 2013
Art Arts

q&a: myriam gourfink on ‘breathing monster’

Sophie Lamond
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    Internationally renowned choreographer Myriam Gourfink and electronic musician Kasper Toeplitz will present Breathing Monster from the 14th to the 16th of June in the National Art School’s Cell Block Theatre. The work is a meditation on slowness and control, fusing together extreme physicality and experimental sound to contemplate the relationship between humans and…
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Tuesday 30 April 2013
Art Arts

natalie abbott’s ‘physical fractals’: a hypnotic dance work comes to sydney

Grace Carroll
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  A dance work that captivates ‘an audience so much that they are actively engaging with the performance’ is how choreographer and performer Natalie Abbott describes Physical Fractals, her latest piece. Following on from its recent inclusion in Melbourne’s Dance Massive, where it both impressed and disorientated audiences, the piece will be performed at Sydney’s PACT Centre For Emerging Artists later…
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