Carol Brown Dances
Sur Sur
 

'an extraordinary performance. I was moved to tears, as were many others alongside me, by the profundity of the piece—this moment that was crafted so finely between the audience, nature, sound, and movement...'  Hamish McIntosh on LungSong, in Thoughts On Dance.

OUT NOW:  Undisciplining Dance in Nine Movements and Eight Stumbles (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018) edited by Carol Brown and Alys Longley with contributions by Moana Nepia, Nisha Madham, Christina Houghton, Efva Lilja, Janine Randerson, Tru Paraha, Jenny Roche, Mabingo Alfdaniels, Caroline Broadhead, Angela Woodhouse, Becca Wood, Alys Longley, Charles Koroneho, Rhea Speights, Alissa Mello, Elizabeth Dempster, Zahra Killeen-Chance and Susan Koff.

As a choreographer, I try to add something to the world. I care that people experience something new and become engaged in a multi-sensory way with corporeal diversity.

 

A visceral poetics / the fugitive knowledge of the body. 

 

Choreography in the cracks between art forms / corporeal questions / conceptual experiments / dance-architectures.

Tracking memory and sensation / collaborative spaces.

As a creative worker I am invested in the art of the possible; experiences that make something of the ordinary and everyday as well as the unexpected and extraordinary.  

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'an extraordinary performance. I was moved to tears, as were many others alongside me, by the profundity of the piece—this moment that was crafted so finely between the audience, nature, sound, and movement...'  Hamish McIntosh on LungSong, in Thoughts On Dance.

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