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2016

6th Choreographic Coding Lab

The 6th Choreographic Coding Lab was co-curated by Jennifer Nikolais (AUT) and Carol Brown (UoA) at CoLAB, Auckland University of Technology, 14-19th ...
Ria Paki, 6th CCL

The 6th Choreographic Coding Lab was co-curated by Jennifer Nikolais (AUT) and Carol Brown (UoA) at CoLAB, Auckland University of Technology, 14-19th February 2016. Initiated in 2013 as part of the Motion Bank research project of the Forsythe Company, Choreographic Coding Labs are focused on the research and creation of interactive digital dance events http://motionbank.org/en/content/about 

The Choreographic Coding Lab (CCL) format offers unique opportunities of exchange and collaboration between digital media ‘code savvy’ artists who have an interest in translating aspects of choreography and dance into digital form and applying choreographic thinking to their own practice.F ive collaborative teams developed projects over five days through this incubator / laboratorium event.  The event invited questioning how choreographic thinking can be applied in environments extended by digital technologies. In the context of a deframing and decolonizing of spaces and bodies in Aotearoa New Zealand, curation of the Lab also sought to generate a local instantiation of the lab format. Cultural ways of knowing and forms of embodiment and knowledge shaped the design and content of the workshop in response to relational thinking in Maori thought and indigenous practices the Pacific. 

Premiere:

14th February 2016
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2013

TUNA MAU

TUNA MAU is a dispersed site-responsive event that transforms the reclaimed land of Tamaki Makaurau’s Wynyard Quarter into a ...
TUNA MAU

TUNA MAU is a dispersed site-responsive event that transforms the reclaimed land of Tamaki Makaurau’s Wynyard Quarter into a performance landscape by unearthing buried narratives that recall the former Waitemata coastline and the local stream once filled with indigenous long-finned eel, as well as the pan-Pacific story of lovers Hine and Tuna. 


Premiere:

22nd November 2013

Premiere Venue:

Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland, NZ

Collaborators

Choreography - Carol Brown

Sound - Russell Scoones

Design - Dorita Hannah

Design Installation - Amanda Yates

 

Performers

Georgie Goater

Nancy Wijohn

Seidah Karati

Sophie Williams

Becca Wood

Carol Brown

Commissioned By:

AUT
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2011

Seed

Seed began life in Orere Point when Gin Macallum and Niki Cousineau from Subcircle joined Russell Scoones, Carol Brown  and family for a two-week ...
Seed

Seed began life in Orere Point when Gin Macallum and Niki Cousineau from Subcircle joined Russell Scoones, Carol Brown  and family for a two-week residency.  The research continued in Prague during the Prague Quadrenniale and was finally produced in Philadelphia, opening at the Christ Church Neighbourhood House, November 2nd 2011. This is Carol Brown's second collaboration with Subcircle, following Crevice made in 2003.

Seed gathers its stories from places distant and near. It carries resonant memories of journeys through long wet grasses, into Manuka forests and along Pohutakawa clad beaches near Orere Point, it meanders blindly in settler city neighbourhoods, past the white picket fences and verandahs of Grey Lynn houses and loses its way in the Symonds St cemetery.  It gathers momentum during al fresco dining with the unexpected swooping of a Tui and finds its guardian in the honeyeater who flies into the War Memorial Hall where we rehearse and refuses to leave.

 

SEED_excerpt from Jorge Cousineau on Vimeo.

Premiere:

2nd November 2011

Premiere Venue:

2-5th November Christchurch Neighbourhood House, Philadelphia

Collaborators

Dance and Choreography - Gin Macallum and Niki Cousineau

Design - Jorge Cousineau

Sound - Russell Scoones, Jorge Cousineau, Rosie Langabeer

REVOLVE

What wakes you and what keeps you awake?  REVOLVE sheds light on the ‘stuff’ dreams are made of, the night-stories and bodily states ...
REVOLVE

What wakes you and what keeps you awake?

 REVOLVE sheds light on the ‘stuff’ dreams are made of, the night-stories and bodily states that shape our sleeping hours. This intimate work premiered in the GeoDome as part of Christchurch's Body Festival 4-5th October 2011.  Through a mytho-poetic journey, I invited audiences to experience a series of states tracing the path of the sleeper’s mind and body from dusk to dawn.  Driven by a curiosity about the body, its rhythms and potential for change, the work alludes to the planetary, physiological and personal cycles that round our lives. Wearing a sensor skin-suit that interacts with light, speed and balance, my movements shape the sound world as I explore the sonic perceptual thresholds of the choreographic score.  At once visceral and technologically mediated wired nature provides a platform for exploring the internal life of the body.

Watch on YouTube

 

Premiere:

8th October 2011

Premiere Venue:

Geo Dom, Hagley Park, Christchurch

Collaborators

Media Design:  Anne Niemetz

Light Design:   Margie Medlin

Sleep Science:  Phillipa Gander

Costume Design:  Christina Houghton

Sound Design: Russell Scoones

Performers

Carol Brown

Commissioned By:

The Body Festival

Maybe, a man and a woman swallowed by space

This duet for Bare Bones was remounted for their October 2011 10 Year Anniversary Tour, Bare Bones The Decade.  Maybe was included in a programme ...
Maybe

This duet for Bare Bones was remounted for their October 2011 10 Year Anniversary Tour, Bare Bones The Decade.  Maybe was included in a programme of iconic solos and duets from previous productions including works by Hofesh Schechter, Charlotte Vincent, Jasmin Vardimon and Luca Silvestrini.


Maybe was initially made the year of the Space Shuttle Colombia  disaster in 2003.  Shortly before it was scheduled to conclude its 28th mission, the Space Shuttle Colombia disintegrated over Texas during re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere resulting in the loss of all seven crew members.  I began the piece with the simple gesture of looking up and inviting perception of the what if of space travel and the human stories it catalyses towards unknown destinies.  For this re-working of the piece I was reminded that my initial plan for the piece was always going to be shaped by the qualities and unique physicalities of the dancers.  I am delighted we have been able to rework it – between New Zealand and the UK -  a process that has happened  without the need to fly through space but with the  remote presencing of online communication.

 

Premiere:

5th October 2011

Collaborators

Dancers:  Omar Gorden and Suzanne Firth

Music:  Russel l Scoones

Commissioned By:

Bare Bones, DanceXchange

Mnemosyne

Performing the archive. Mnemosyne was the Greek goddess who personified memory and presided over a pool of remembrance in Hades. The concept for ...
Carol Brown in Mnemosyne

Performing the archive.

Mnemosyne was the Greek goddess who personified memory and presided over a pool of remembrance in Hades. The concept for this installation designed by Dorita Hannah with sound by Russell Scoones is to re-present fragments of 3 productions created between 2005 and 201 - Aarero Stone, Her Topia and Tongues of Stone - through a performance installation that engages with the mythical figure of Mnemosyne and her pool of remembranceThrough the use of objects, garments, suspended or embedded, choreographic gestures and sounds the installation both archives and animates memories and  histories of  these past productions. Carol Brown catalogues, maps and reconstructs phrases and artefacts suspended or embedded in the Fly-Tower (NZ's national pavilion), enfleshing these fleeting appearances with melancholic desire.

Mnemosyne was selected for inclusion in the National Exhibit for New Zealand at the Prague Quadrenniale for Performance Design and Space 2011 and was performed daily in the Veletztrni Palace.  A preview of this event was held as part of the Visual Arts Programme for the Auckland Arts Festival 8-12th March 2011.

 

Premiere:

16th June 2011

Premiere Venue:

5-13th March Auckland Arts Festival 2011 15-26 June Prague Quadrenniale 2011

Collaborators

Dorita Hannah - Performance Design

Russell Scoones - Sound Design

Carol Brown - Choreography and Performance

Performers

Carol Brown

Commissioned By:

PQ National Exhibition Curators for New Zealand

Rest Shift Rest

A room for experimental sleep.  Visitors are invited into a clinical room set up for the examination of their own patterns of rest.  After ...
Sleep Wake Rest

A room for experimental sleep.  Visitors are invited into a clinical room set up for the examination of their own patterns of rest.  After an initial questionaire, each visitor is invited by a host ‘clinician’ to put on a dressing gown and lie on a luminous bed.  Above them they see a mirrored projection of their own bodies.  As they shift and move through different postures of rest, they can feel vibrations from the sound of their own amplified movement and the live mix of this with the dream recall of distant others.  The video flickers between the subject lying on the bed and a host of other bodies whose virtual presences start to encourage a mimetic relation over time.

 

Premiere:

6th February 2011
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2010

SLIP I'm not falling I'm just hanging on for as long as you'll hold me

Commissioned by New Zealand's leading mixed ability company, Touch Compass for their Triple Bill season, Slip is a forty minute work for six dancers ...
Wagner

Commissioned by New Zealand's leading mixed ability company, Touch Compass for their Triple Bill season, Slip is a forty minute work for six dancers and a singer.

Between flying and falling, scenes of suspension expose the intimacy of support and the possibilities of surrender.  In developing this work, the performers wrote their greatest hits, dressed up, dressed down and danced out their songs whilst asking what it means to be ruled by contingencies.

'Slip, is an unconventional work of quiet yet real power' Jennifer Shennan, Dominion Post

'Slip was remarkable, mixing private narratives with a penetrating analysis of vulnerability, identity and the strength of community' Francesca Horsley, DANZ Quarterly

Link to YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XayZ9E980qE

http://youtu.be/8JErWkoH660

 

 

Premiere:

18th August 2010

Premiere Venue:

Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall

Collaborators

Choreography: Carol Brown

Sound: Russell Scoones

Costume: Emma Ramsley

Dramaturgy:  Fiona Graham

 

Performers

Kerryn McMurdo, Alisha MacLennan, Jesse Johnston-Steel,. Julia Milsom, Emilia Rubio, Dan King

Commissioned By:

Touch Compass
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2009

Touch Compass R and D

Carol Brown, Russell Scoones and Dorita Hannah worked with Touch Compass (NZ) on the development of a new work for 2010.  Over a three week period ...
Alisha McLennan and Kerryn McMurdo

Carol Brown, Russell Scoones and Dorita Hannah worked with Touch Compass (NZ) on the development of a new work for 2010.  Over a three week period themes of suspension - the pause after an intake of breath; the moment before I start to fall, on hold at the other end of the line -  materialised in choreographic sketches and were shared with an invited audience on December 3rd.  

Premiere:

16th November 2009

Premiere Venue:

Tapac, Auckland

Collaborators

Composer - Russell Scoones

Performance Designer - Dorita Hannah

Design Assistant - Emma Ransley

Choreography Assistants - Juanita Jelleyman and Ai Fuji Nelson

Performers

Daniel King

Kerryn McMurdo

Emilia Rubio

Adus Smith

Suzanne Cowan

Alisha McLennan 

Julia Milson

Jesse Steele

Commissioned By:

Touch Compass

Crazy Beat

The alternative video for Blur's single, Crazy Beat. Almost a music video, its danced by a gang of four women in wigs with the band in the background. ...
Maho Itari

The alternative video for Blur's single, Crazy Beat. Almost a music video, its danced by a gang of four women in wigs with the band in the background.

Premiere:

27th September 2009

Premiere Venue:

Athens Screen Dance Festival 2004, Reel Dance Festival 04,  Dance4 Channel Four, UK.

Collaborators

Directed by John Hardwick

Music by blur

Commissioned By:

Parlophone Records

Artist's Talk

ARTISTS TALK: MAKING SPACE SPEAKDorita Hannah and Carol Brown have been collaborating on international projects since 2002, developing dance-architectures ...
Artist's Talk

ARTISTS TALK: MAKING SPACE SPEAK
Dorita Hannah and Carol Brown have been collaborating on international projects since 2002, developing dance-architectures and site-responsive works which fold audiences into live performance whilst attending to the fractured narratives of place, memory and mythology. Through their work, architectural forms become entwined with corporeal states so that choreography and performance landscape exist as a continuous surface of habitation for performer and audience alike. In combining dance, architecture, sound and screen-based media, Carol and Dorita stitch together different spaces and temporalities, allowing audiences to engage with the work on multiple levels. Making connections between live and mediated bodies and environments, they are concerned to make space speak, shifting audience expectations about how and where one might come to experience a dance and presenting architecture as an inhabiting force within choreography.

In talking with, through and after the works, Tower of Touch (Prague Quadrennial 2003), Her Topia (Athens 2005) and Aarero Stone (New Zealand International Festival 2006) they will discuss their creative and critical practices in making work.

Premiere:

15th September 2009

Speaking Landscapes | A dance-architecture workshop

Carol Brown and Dorita Hannah, Critical Path, Sydney 13-15th Sept 09 Working with the unspoken and the unnoticed in the gaps and overlaps between space ...
Lauren Skogsgard

Carol Brown and Dorita Hannah, Critical Path, Sydney 13-15th Sept 09

Working with the unspoken and the unnoticed in the gaps and overlaps between space and time, myth and experience the workshop will use movement, ephemeral objects and texts in creating dance-architectures within public, urban sites. It will assert the mutual performativity of bodies, places and things and the role they play in forming open-ended choreographic narratives.

Premiere:

13th September 2009

Premiere Venue:

Critical Path, Sydney

Tongues of Stone: Site-specific Performance Workshop

  Strut, Perth 2009 7-12th September Carol Brown and Dorita Hannah directed a performance laboratory for Strut.  Making the invisible visible: ...
Birds

Strut, Perth 2009 7-12th September

Carol Brown and Dorita Hannah directed a performance laboratory for Strut.  Making the invisible visible: this site-specific research and development project with dancers and designers explored the city of Perth to mine its multiple stories.  Experimentation focused upon relationships between the body, the built and the unbuilt and explored fleeting spatial inhabitations; marking place through retracing embedded histories and installing ephemeral architectures.  http://tonguesofstone.blogspot.com

Premiere:

7th September 2009

Premiere Venue:

King Street Arts Centre, Perth

Collaborators

Composer - Russell Scoones

Performance Designer - Dorita Hannah

Assistant - Lauren Skogsgard

 

Commissioned By:

STRUT

Dancing Babel or, moving maths through the corporeal library

Contemporary Arts Research University of Chichester - 27 April 2009 Choreographer Carol Brown  and mathematician Marcus du Sautoy discuss The 19th ...
The 19th Step

Contemporary Arts Research University of Chichester - 27 April 2009

Choreographer Carol Brown  and mathematician Marcus du Sautoy discuss The 19th Step, a creative arts and mathematics research collaboration they are engaged in together with Dorothy Ker (composer) and Kate Allen (sculptor). 

In working collaboratively and across disciplines as part of a research driven process are we striving for confluences or marking contradictions?  The presentation will focus upon a creative research process which draws upon multiple modes of inscribing spaces and incarnating mathematics through choreography, composition, design and drawing.

www.the19thstep.co.uk

Premiere:

27th April 2009

Premiere Venue:

Contemporary Arts Research University of Chichester

Moving texts through the corporeal library

  A dance workshop for Freefall Dance with Carol Brown Wadham College, Oxford University Sunday 8th February 1200-1600 Working with the body’s ...

A dance workshop for Freefall Dance with Carol Brown

Wadham College, Oxford University Sunday 8th February 1200-1600

Working with the body’s unbound potential for movement and exploring the possibilities for textual interventions, choreographies are shaped by inner sensations and outer structures.  How language feels, what it does to us as embodied subjects and the articulation of a primal language discovered through moving in/with space are core themes for this workshop which follows a one-day event on The Body at Wadham College, Oxford University. www.freefalldance.org.uk

Premiere:

8th February 2009
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2008

The 19th Step

  On THE  NINETEENTH   STEP of  a basement staircase in a building about to be demolished in downtown Buenos Aires, writer Jorge ...
The 19th Step

On THE  NINETEENTH   STEP of  a basement staircase in a building about to be demolished in downtown Buenos Aires, writer Jorge Luis Borges imagines an aleph, a point in space that contains all other points (past, present and future).  From this step we imagine a vast, exhilarating library where all possible languages are sited.  Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy performs alongside an ensemble of outstanding dancers and musicians to create a complex patterning of spaces, layering understandings of time, numbers and relationships within a Borges’ inspired quest for infinity.  

Visit the website for the project www.the19thstep.co.uk

Premiered Michaelis Theatre, Roehampton University 9th April 2008; Performed Boundstone Community College Hall, Lancing, West Sussex 11th April; Laban Studio Theatre London 12th April.

Premiere:

9th April 2008

Premiere Venue:

 Michaelis Theatre, Roehampton University

Collaborators

Composer Dorothy Ker

Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy

Visual Artist Kate Allen

Lighting Michael Mannion

Performers

Marina Collard (dancer), Marcus du Sautoy, Sarah Bennington (flute), Dylan Elmore (dancer), Rosemary Martin (dancer), Richard Steggall (horn) and Scott Wilson (percussion)

Commissioned By:

EPSRC

Adroitness

A contemporary dance performance and symposium weekend @ artsdepot  to celebrate International Women’s Day London curated by Ijad Dance Company Saturday ...
Adroitness

A contemporary dance performance and symposium weekend @ artsdepot  to celebrate International Women’s Day London curated by Ijad Dance Company

Saturday 8th March 8pm A live performance featuring the work of Carol Brown, H2Dance, Yael Flexer/Bedlam, Wendy Houstoun, Rosie Kay, and Joumana Mourad/IJAD Dance Company

Sunday 9th March Symposium 1000-1800

Adroitness sets out to consider different contemporary performance practices asking what kind of forms contemporary performance take and what are the lineages of such work?  Leading practitioners, curators and programmers will contribute including Carol Brown, Kate Castle, Julia Carruthers, Nicky Malloy, Carline Miller, Joe Bates and more.

Premiere:

8th March 2008

The New Breeds

 Just as our ancestors were supported by wildlife, so we are supported by technology. Welcome to our digital evolution; experience these strange ...
The New Breeds

 Just as our ancestors were supported by wildlife, so we are supported by technology. Welcome to our digital evolution; experience these strange hybrids dancing like they’ve just been made.

A Carol Brown commission for VERVE 08, the graduate performance company of the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, premiered at the Riley Theatre Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Leeds 22 February 08 and toured the UK, Ireland, Finland, Netherlands visit http://www.article19.co.uk/06/feature/verve_08.php.  Winner of 2008 International Theatre School Festival in Amsterdam Best International Production award.

Premiere:

23rd February 2008
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2007

GLOW

GLOW was the culmination of the award-winning Radiance project. A site sensitive multi-media event fusing light, movement, video, music and vocals. With ...
Opening the Ground

GLOW was the culmination of the award-winning Radiance project. A site sensitive multi-media event fusing light, movement, video, music and vocals.

With a cast spanning a spectrum of ages, GLOW brought together a dynamic group of over 30 dancers and musicians - both professional and from the local community - to deliver a radiant collaborative spectacle. Performers included: dancers from Carol Brown Dances and StopGAP; Woking College Singers; and musicians from Planet People. Featuring original costumes by fashion designer, Davina Hawthorne, designed and created in collaboration with members of the local community.

This site specific work offered audiences a unique experience of the new canalside gallery. As they journeyed from the gardens to the interior they encountered the unfolding of body stories inspired by the architecture, site and histories of Woking.

GLOW concludes a two year programme RADIANCE, charting the construction period of The Lightbox through a series of performance events and educational programmes.  the process involved a large number of local people and professional artists.  It included workshops in primary schools, secondary schools, with local dancers, weekly costume making workshops, family dance workshops and music workshops.  The artists collaborated with the architect Julia Barfield and researched material for the performance from the historical collections and the aural history project of The Lightbox.


Premiere:

3rd April 2007

Premiere Venue:

The Lightbox, Woking | Dance | Festival

Collaborators

Music Director Russell Scoones

Music Composition Russell Scoones & Planet People

Costume Designer Davina Hawthorne

Video Artist Abigail Norris

Lighting Design Sarah Gilmartin

Performers

Carol Brown Dances: Catherine Bennett, Katsura Isobe, Suzanna Recchia, Raymond Roa, Delphine Gaborit, Pedro Machado

Stop Gap Dance Company: Lucy Bennett, Laura Jones, Chris Pavia, Dan Watson

The DeVyne Dancers and Local Performers: Rachel Walton, Amy Curr, Michele Cerflake, Ling Ling Chang, Laura Griffiths, Gail Brown, Liz Lyall, Julia Gerrard, Elena Foulkes, Georgia Hutchinson, Louise cabban, Joanne Denman, Iris Partridge, Violet Clare, Pauline Holden, Pat Freeborn, Evelyn Armstrong, Pam Rowley, Heather Williams, Eve Heves, Liz Lennie and Maureen Odell.

Musicians: Melanie Wells (Cello), Robin Bushell (Violin), Juliet Hutchison (Double Bass and Flute)

Woking College Singers: Chris Peters, Chris Ready, Jessica Brake and Frank Hanford

Planet People:  Noreen Imrie, Damien Spitz, Pricilla Robinson, Kerry Sandy, Mary Clements, Gary McEvoy, Janey Ridley, John Mitchell, Peter Jones, Janet Bowyer, Janet Marshall, Tom Denham, Wendy Shaw, Frank Road and Justin Lloyd.

Commissioned By:

Woking Dance Festival and The Lightbox

Dancing Aloud A Performance Lecture

10 years 41 collaborators 21 dances 22 countries. What remains of all those dances? Following a decade of performances around the world Carol Brown ...
At the Bay

10 years 41 collaborators 21 dances 22 countries. What remains of all those dances?

Following a decade of performances around the world Carol Brown wrote to the dancers, architects, designers, composers, filmmakers and visual artists she has collaborated with and invited them to send a memory of their experience.  She moves through their memories, re-drawing a map of choreographies from Philadelphia to Finland, and from Cork to Calcutta, performing the archive and making audible its hidden stories.

Premiered TAPAC, Tempo Dance Festival, Auckland, New Zealand 2nd Oct 2007.  Performed ICIA, Bath 16th Feb 2008; Adroitness, Arts Depot London 8 March 2008.

Premiere:


Premiere Venue:

Tapac, Auckland

Collaborators

Sound Russell Scoones

Video Abigail Norris

Texts Shanti Freed, Simone Aughterlony, Catherine Gardner, Catherine Bennett, Vicky Manderson, Esther Rolinson, Delphine Gaborit, Lisa Torun, Dorita Hannah, Niki Cousineau, Gin MacCallum, Russell Scoones and Michael Mannion

Performers

Carol Brown

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2006

SeaUnSea

A real-time interactive performance and installation in a constantly evolving virtual sea. Set under the wave-like ceiling of the Siobhan Davies ...
SeaUnSea

A real-time interactive performance and installation in a constantly evolving virtual sea. Set under the wave-like ceiling of the Siobhan Davies Studio, the movements of audience and performers impact on the environment becoming entangled in a synthetic seascape. Captured within these fleeting forms the performers play and explore, attracting, repulsing and entwining their actions within the evolving patterns of a swirling hypnotic sea. The event  runs in cycles during which time visitors are invited to ‘play’ in the installation, watch the performance, then once again inhabit the space.

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'an intriguing, ever-changing work of art that leaves an enormous catalogue of images (some of which reminded me of the abstract paintings of Victor Pasmore) imprinted in the memory' GrahamWatts, Read Article

'The effect … is highly emotive and even visceral…. Thomsen's patterns resemble growing organisms, swarming insects, unfurling blossoms, rapidly spreading coral reefs.... Images from nature and the restless, timeless sea….The organic (the live movement) and the toxic (the images generated by Thomsen's computer) share this environment in which nothing is fixed and everything is unstable.' Josephine Leask, Flash Journal, 11-3: Carol Brown Rides the Tech Wave http://www.danceinsider.com/f2006/f1103_2.html

Premiered October 12-15 at Siobhan Davies Studios for Dance Umbrella. Performed ENTER UNKNOWN TERRITORIES International Festival & Conference for New Technology Art 25-29 April 2007 Cambridge (UK)

Premiere:

12th October 2006

Premiere Venue:

Siobhan Davies Studios for Dance Umbrella

Collaborators

Architect Mette Ramsgard-Thomsen

Lighting Designer Michael Mannion

Music Alistair MacDonald

 

Performers

Dancers Anna Williams, Marina Collard, Matthew Smith

Deep and Beneath Dance Installation.

Deep and beneath Merce Cunningham Dance Company’s OCEAN, a multi-media dance installation for the HUB. Culminating out of the Summer Workshop ...
Deep and Beneath Dance Installation.

Deep and beneath Merce Cunningham Dance Company’s OCEAN, a multi-media dance installation for the HUB. Culminating out of the Summer Workshop programme at the Roundhouse (14-18 August 06) and taking its inspiration from the creative processes used in making OCEAN, deep and beneath combines dance, poetry, moving image and sound in a multi media event.

Responding to the concept of OCEAN as something vast, immersive and deep, the installation features the movements, words and musics of local young people as they ‘swim’ within the ocean of digital communications and move within urban tides of action.

Workshop participants generate dance, music, text and imagery through interactions with technology pushing the expressive languages of the body.

Premiere:

21st September 2006

Premiere Venue:

HUB Roundhouse Studios, Chalk Farm Road, London, 21 – 24 September 6.30-8pm.

Commissioned By:

Dance Umbrella and The Roundhouse

dancing-drawing, towards a dance-architecture

London Architectural Biennale. 18 June, 3pm, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.  Dance and Architecture Under the Ribboned Roof Performance Talk by ...

London Architectural Biennale. 18 June, 3pm, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.  Dance and Architecture Under the Ribboned Roof Performance Talk by Carol Brown and Mette Ramsgard Thomsen 

Premiere:

18th June 2006
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2005

Crossings

  A showing of the first stage of development for SeaUnSea as part of Digital Cultures. Saturday 3 December, Sandfield Theatre, Nottingham Sandfield ...
Crossings

A showing of the first stage of development for SeaUnSea as part of Digital Cultures.

Saturday 3 December, Sandfield Theatre, Nottingham

Sandfield Road, Nottingham NG7 1QN

Premiere:

3rd December 2005

Premiere Venue:

Sandfield Theatre, Nottingham

Collaborators

Architect Mette Ramsgard Thomsen

Lighting Designer Michael Mannion

Sound Alastair MacDonald

Performers

Carol Brown, Katsura Itobe

Topos

A site sensitive event which marked the space and celebrated the start of the construction of the new Lightbox (formerly Woking Galleries). Carol Brown ...
Topos

A site sensitive event which marked the space and celebrated the start of the construction of the new Lightbox (formerly Woking Galleries). Carol Brown worked with an inter-generational cast of 23 performers and a live string ensemble to create a stone foundation ceremony, marking the building site with light, voice and movement.

Topos was performed to an audience of over 200 people against a backdrop of construction machinery and on the site of the new art gallery. It incorporated state-of-the-art wearable lighting designed especially for the performance . The piece was performed by children from the New Monument School in Maybury, the DeVyne Dancers from The Vyne Community Centre in Knaphill and Carol Brown Dances. Musicians from Planet People (Lockwood Day Centre) performed live and recorded music under the direction of Russell Scoones.

With support from ACE Arts Plus Award

For further information visit www.thelightbox.org.uk

Premiere:

21st September 2005

Premiere Venue:

The LightBox Construction Site

Collaborators

Concept and Choreography Carol Brown

Light Artist Ulli Oberlack

Music  Russell Scoones

Recorded Music Composed and Performed by  Planet People

 

Performers

Raymond Roa, Katsura Isobe, Susanna Recchia

Dancers from New Monument School Afrida Ahmed, Sadia Ahmed, Naheem Akhtar, James Champion, Nathan Durbridge, Uzma Gull, Iqra Khalid, Malika Macholowe, Tehmor Mahmood, Iqra Nabbi, Ali Noor, Qasim Noor, Iram Tassawar, Sheryl Wilson

The DeVyne Dancers Evelyn Armstrong, Claire Chambers, Violet Clare, Pat Freeborn, Pauline Holden, Liz Lennie, Eileen Martin, Maureen O'Dell, Iris Patridge, Heather Smith, Anne Story

Commissioned By:

Woking Dance Festival and The Lightbox
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2004

The Changing Room

 An intimate performance event combining real and virtual spaces created by Carol Brown in collaboration with Mette Ramsgard Thomsen. Three women ...
The Changing Room

 An intimate performance event combining real and virtual spaces created by Carol Brown in collaboration with Mette Ramsgard Thomsen. Three women inhabit a room within which a haunting virtual presence mirrors, distorts and extends their behaviour. Innovative performance technology at the edge of the real.


The Changing Room is a real time interactive performance event intertwining the digital and the visceral in a sublime trio. In their changing room, three women leave behind the territory they know for another place, beyond what they know. A mirror becomes a screen for their mutations, a curtain a technological frontier and their table a platform for the puppetry of the virtual. Through a series of changing viewpoints the audience is lead to encounter the epic within the everyday, as a haunting virtual presence extends, mirrors and distorts the performer's behaviour. Animating the threshold between the virtual and the real, The Changing Room is an intimate exploration of our digital evolution. Designed for both live art and theatre spaces, The Changing Room encourages the shifting viewpoints of a mobile audience.

 

Ludvig Forum, Aachen, Germany 4-5 June 2004 

Dance Umbrella, Greenwich Dance Agency 4-6 November 2004

Premiere:

4th November 2004

Premiere Venue:

Ludvig Forum, Aachen, Germany

Collaborators

Digital Architecture and Design:  Mette Ramsgard Thomsen

Music:  Jerome Soudan

Programming:  Chiron Mottram

Costumes:  Shanti Freed

Performers

Carol Brown

Catherine Bennett

Delphine Gaborit

Commissioned By:

Ludwig Forum

ROOM

A remix of The Changing Room, for the Royal Opera House's Clore Studio Upstairs as part of Snagged and Clored season 29-30 July 2004. www.snagproject.com ...

A remix of The Changing Room, for the Royal Opera House's Clore Studio Upstairs as part of Snagged and Clored season 29-30 July 2004. www.snagproject.com

Premiere:

29th July 2004

between two/zwischen zwei

between two/zwischen zwei is an homage to the early work of Gertrud Bodenwieser within a musical landscape by Gustav Mahler. Choreography by Carol Brown. ...
between two/zwischen zwei

between two/zwischen zwei is an homage to the early work of Gertrud Bodenwieser within a musical landscape by Gustav Mahler. Choreography by Carol Brown. Performed by Delphine Gaborit and Leon Baugh of Mano Creates. With Lighting and Video Design by James Leadbitter. Performed at Bonnie Bird Theatre, Laban, London 5-6 February 2004

Carol Brown writes:  "In making this duet I have sought to create a visceral link between the past and the present. As a process this has involved an immersion in the fragmentary traces of Bodenwieser's legacy through photographs, dancer's journals, film and corporeal knowledge. I passed on what I knew about the practices of Gertrud Bodenwieser and her involvement in the expressionist theatre of 1920s and 1930s Vienna to Leon and Delphine. In this way we have created a matrix of interconnections through which the ideas and dramaturgies of Bodenwieser have informed the present. Mahler has been an abiding companion on this journey of re-membering. Beyond this, Between Two/zwischen zwei is as much about what happened in the studio between us as what the vicissitudes of history have bequeathed."

Premiere:

5th February 2004

Premiere Venue:

Bonnie Bird Theatre, Laban, London

Collaborators

Choreography                      Carol Brown

Performers                             Delphine Gaborit and Leon Baugh

Music                                      Gustav Mahler.  Symphony 1, Third Movement; Lieder eines Farhrenden Gesellen, die zwei blauen Augen von meinem Schatz; Symphony 3, Fourth Movement, “O Mensch”.

Lighting and Video Design            James Leadbetter

Sound Arrangement              Patrick Drumm

Costume Design                        Bronia Housman

Archival Material                       Hilary Napier

Management                         Helen Shute

 

Performers

Leon Baugh and Delphine Gaborit

Commissioned By:

Mano Crates

Crevice

  Beyond wreckage, two women find themselves in a surreal landscape of competing desires - a Crevice - where things both float and fall, toward ...
Niki Cousineau and Gin MacCallum

Beyond wreckage, two women find themselves in a surreal landscape of competing desires - a Crevice - where things both float and fall, toward an illusion of progress. Created in Germany and Philadelphia, Crevice is a collaboration between Carol Brown and dance-artists, Niki Cousineau and Gin MacCallum. With music by Jorge Cousineau and Mattias Petzold, and film shot by Alan Mehlbrech. Performed at Dance Boom, Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia 24 January-8 February 2004 

Premiere:

24th January 2004

Premiere Venue:

Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia
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2003

Electric Fur

  In Electric Fur we have worked with a perspectiveless void to create a series of deep surfaces animated by waves of sensation and memory. Two ...
Electric Fur

In Electric Fur we have worked with a perspectiveless void to create a series of deep surfaces animated by waves of sensation and memory. Two bodies are infected by shifting states of energy.

choreographer Carol Brown
videographer Abigail Norris
photographer Mattias Ek
sound artist Jerome Soudan [Mimetic]
screen designer and maker Ed King
dancers Jo Fong and Catherine Gardner
Created through an Arts Council of England Capture Award.
Electric Fur is part of the Capture Installations Tour 2004/05

Premiere:

9th December 2003

Premiere Venue:

Premiered The Place, London.  Exhibited at tanzmedial: Installationen, Fotografien, Filme. SK Stiftung Kultur, Köln, Germany 9 December 2003 - 1 February 2004; British Council Platform 1, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania, May 2004. 

Spawn

Spawn is a performance event that comprises solo, duet and trio dances. Incorporating live and virtual spaces it takes place within the framework of ...

Spawn is a performance event that comprises solo, duet and trio dances. Incorporating live and virtual spaces it takes place within the framework of an interactive architectural environment.

Premiere:

23rd October 2003

Touch Tower

The Touch Tower formed one section of a much larger performance event, Heart of the Senses for the Prague Quadriennale of Theatre Architecture and Scenography ...
Touch Tower

The Touch Tower formed one section of a much larger performance event, Heart of the Senses for the Prague Quadriennale of Theatre Architecture and Scenography 2003. The installation was one of five scaffolding towers each representing a different sense and organised around a long table bound within an undulating timber landscape. As a part of this larger event, choreography and design sought to intertwine the physiological structure of the body, with its history as a material object and cultural artefact. Stitching itself into the landscape, the tower formed a vertiginous panoptic, an anatomical theatre focussing on the body, laid out on a slab or suspended within a viewing slot.  In acknowledging the influence of technology on the senses, it created a mediated sensorium referencing the long distance touch of contemporary medical science and communication technologies as well as the prosthetic extension of the body. The Tower  folded the audience into the work, inviting them to inhabit a range of postures and physical orientations whilst encountering the live  and mediated actions.  Spatially and sensorially these were intended to induce a reorientation of perception, turning the insides out and shifting their relationship from being outside the work as spectators or visitors to becoming participants and themselves subjects within the work. 

Supported by the British Council and Theatre Instistute Prague

http://pq.scape.org.nz

Premiere:

20th June 2003

Collaborators

Architect Dorita Hannah

Dramaturg Tomas Zizek

Producer Pavel Storek

Lighting Michael Mannion

Maybe

A duet for a man and a woman swallowed by space.  Commission for Bare Bones, Birmingham Dance Exchange, Birmingham. National Tour March ...
Maybe

A duet for a man and a woman swallowed by space.

 Commission for Bare Bones, Birmingham Dance Exchange, Birmingham. National Tour March 2003- January 2004

Premiere:

12th March 2003

Premiere Venue:

Premiered Birmingham Hippodrome

Collaborators

Choreographed by Carol Brown

Original Music by Russell Scoones

Costume by Gary

Performers

Danced by Vicky Manderson and Leon Baugh

Crazy Beat

The alternative video for Blur's single, Crazy Beat, directed by John Hardwick and choreographed by Carol Brown.

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2001

Bodenwieser at the Beach or, Migration and Memory

In the reaches of my embodied memory a figure is held in language and in gesture.  She is re-membered in certain movements, and habits of style. ...
Bodenwieser Dancers circa 1929

In the reaches of my embodied memory a figure is held in language and in gesture.  She is re-membered in certain movements, and habits of style.  Composed of fragments, of memory, mythology and history, her image is less biography than biomythography, for I never knew her, yet I know her still.  Bodenwieser at the Beach or, Migration and Memory is a performance lecture based on the work and life of Gertrud Bodenwieser (1890-1959) and the corporeal tracings of her legacy found in the teachings of Shona Dunlop MacTavish.

Performed as part of the Centre for Performance Research:  Grounded in Europe Past Masters event, University of Roehampton, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2001.  It was performed again as part of AID Les Archives Internationale de la Danse 1931-51 Research Conference.  Centre National de la Danse, Paris, 1 April, 3.30pm, 2006.

Premiere:

2nd December 2001

Premiere Venue:

Michaelis Theatre, Roehampton University 2nd Dec 2001

Performers

Carol Brown

Sleeping in Public

In the shadow of the living light an inert body lies sleeping and a woman’s voice is seen speaking. At the polar opposite of his inertia, her body ...
Sleeping in Public

In the shadow of the living light an inert body lies sleeping and a woman’s voice is seen speaking. At the polar opposite of his inertia, her body rides the surfaces of the city detailing night visions of sensual unrest.

Together with the duet, Nerve, Sleeping in Public is part of Carol Brown’s research into the architecture of movement and is supported by an AHRB Research Fellowship in the Creative and Performing Arts.

"frenetic movements … became an unstoppable, mesmerizing flow." 
Miriam Seidel, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Premiere:

18th November 2001

Premiere Venue:

Wandsworth Dance Festival at Battersea Arts Centre, 2+4 Days in Motion 7th International Theatre FEstival 16th-21 Oct 2002, Divadlo Ponec, Husitská 24A, Praha 3    

Collaborators

Music by Russell Scoones

Lighting by Michael Mannion

Performers

Carol Brown

Strata, Sprawl and the video dance, The Idea of Sea

Strata, Sprawl and the video dance, The Idea of Sea commissioned by Group Motion Dance Company, Philadelphia, Premiered Arts Bank, ...

StrataSprawl and the video dance, The Idea of Sea commissioned by Group Motion Dance Company, Philadelphia, Premiered Arts Bank, 31 May 2001.

Premiere:

31st May 2001

Commissioned By:

Group Motion Dance Company, Philadelphia

The Lift

The LIFT is the story of a woman's real and imagined experiences as she struggles with her phobia and the behaviour of other people in a lift.       ...

The LIFT is the story of a woman's real and imagined experiences as she struggles with her phobia and the behaviour of other people in a lift.

Premiere:


Premiere Venue:

Dance for CameraCommissioned by BBC2 & The Arts Council.

Collaborators

Director - Jane Thorburn

Choreographer - Carol Brown

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2000

Machine For Living

A LIQUID ARCHITECTURAL STATE70 min installation performance for 5 performers Sculpting with space, light, movement and metal, Carol Brown and Esther ...
Machine For Living

A LIQUID ARCHITECTURAL STATE
70 min installation performance for 5 performers

Sculpting with space, light, movement and metal, Carol Brown and Esther Rolinson create a multi-dimensional environment in which the bodies of the performers and the fabric of the space become an immersive sensory experience.

A dark metallic forest cut with light and animation becomes a visceral machine offering fleeting insights into privately inhabited spaces. The spectator makes a physical journey, composing their own stories from glimpsed moments and fragmented human exchanges. Solid barriers dissolve; flickering images crystallise into human forms; forms coalesce into individual portraits; transient encounters accumulate, allowing relationships to build; movement pathways take on the concentrated patterns of the city; a resonant urban mediascape takes shape.

Original soundscore by Pete M. Wyer. Lighting design by Michael Mannion.

Performers are Carol Brown, Charlotte Derbyshire, James Flynn, Grant Maclay and Mathew Smith.

Performances
Hamburg and Aachen, Germany 12-19 March 2003
Dance Umbrella 8-10 November 2001
World Premiere: 4 October 2000 Brighton Corn Exchange

Premiere:

4th October 2000

Nerve

Because this city is too large and formless to make sense of as a whole,  I have made an irrational short-cut, a track through it. Inside this private ...
Matthew Smith and Carol Brown

Because this city is too large and formless to make sense of as a whole,  I have made an irrational short-cut, a track through it. Inside this private city I built a grid of reference points and mapped bits of the body (our bodies) to these points. Each point enshrines a personal moment of the history of touch between us.  This space has been twisted to see how far I can push it.  Nerve was initially researched and developed with the assistance of a Jerwood Award in Choreography in 2000. It was subsequently developed with funding support from London Arts and through Carol Brown's AHRB Research Fellowhip in the Creative and Performing Arts hosted through the dance programme at the University of Surrey Roehampton. Nerve premiered at the British Dance Edition 2002 on 2 February.

Premiere:

23rd April 2000

Premiere Venue:

British Dance Edition 2 Feb, 2002, Birmingham

Collaborators

  • Choreography and Text Carol Brown
  • Architect Stewart Dodd
  • Sound Russell Scoones and Norscq
  • Management Gwen van Spijk

Performers

Carol Brown and Grant McLay/Matthew Smith

The Lift

Travelling in a lift demands social protocol of the highest order, but what happens when you are ready to crack? A humorous drama of one woman's triumph ...
The Lift

Travelling in a lift demands social protocol of the highest order, but what happens when you are ready to crack? A humorous drama of one woman's triumph over suits, bicycle couriers and claustrophobia.  

Commissioned by BBC 2 for DANCE FOR CAMERA 2000. 
Premiered May 2000. Screened BBC2 December 2001.

Premiere:

23rd February 2000

Collaborators

Directed by Jane Thorburn

Choreographed by Carol Brown

Starring Emma Gladstone & Simone Aughterlony.

Soundtrack by Russell Scoones.

Commissioned By:

Dance film commissioned by BBC 2

The View From Here.

Premiered Art Space, Philadelphia, US.

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1999

Like A House On Fire

Two women enact the shapes of memory and feel the burn in this parodic take on music and mimicry.   Performed to  the music of Cole Porter, ...
Like A House On Fire

Two women enact the shapes of memory and feel the burn in this parodic take on music and mimicry.   Performed to  the music of Cole Porter, Schubert and Handel, Carol Brown and Lisa Torun are playful manipulators of the Old Masters.  (10 minutes)

“A remarkable duo...a strange and compelling sight that I expect to remember always” 

The Dominion

            

Supported by grants from London Arts Board and through a residency at The Place Theatre. 

Premiere:

23rd October 1999

Premiere Venue:

The Place Theatre as part of Spring Loaded

Collaborators

Lighting by Michael Mannion

Design by Shanti Freed

Music by Russell Scoones

Performers

Carol Brown, Lisa Torun, Simone Aughterlony

Commissioned By:

The Place Theatre

Short Cut

A site specific performance at Global Image, Newcastle. A Northern Dance International Dance Festival Commission.


My Sweet Animalia

A baroque-inspired dance commission for 8 women.  This work was initially commissioned by the National School for Contemporary Dance, Copenhagen, ...

A baroque-inspired dance commission for 8 women.  This work was initially commissioned by the National School for Contemporary Dance, Copenhagen, Denmark in 1999 and reworked for 12 dancers for EDge - The Postgraduate Performance Group of London Contemporary Dance School in 2003.


Premiere:

23rd February 1999

Collaborators

Sound Design by Russell Scoones

Commissioned By:

Commissioned by National School for Contemporary Dance. Copenhagen, Denmark.
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1998

Stripper Stories

Up Close Season.  Spitalfields, London.

The Glory Box

As guest choreographer for Scottish Dance Theatre, Carol Brown creates The Glory Box. In this work, she looks at the people who remain after the bride ...

As guest choreographer for Scottish Dance Theatre, Carol Brown creates The Glory Box. In this work, she looks at the people who remain after the bride and groom have left their wedding reception. 'Both strangers and intimates are brought together by the occasion; each of them has his or her own story to tell in movement. The work is described as highly physical, cascading and swelling - all to a score specially written by Russell Scoones for voice and instruments.

Premiere:

23rd February 1998

Commissioned By:

Commissioned by Scottish Dance Theatre.

Shelf Life

4 HOUR INSTALLATION PERFORMANCE created by visual artist ESTHER ROLINSON and choreographer CAROL BROWN PREMIERED December 1998 shelf ...
Carol Brown in Shelf Life

4 HOUR INSTALLATION PERFORMANCE

created by visual artist ESTHER ROLINSON 
and choreographer CAROL BROWN 
PREMIERED December 1998

shelf life is an installation of new technologies involving collaborations between established artists from digital art (Esther Rolinson), architecture (Stewart Dodd), sound design (Russell Scoones) and choreography (Carol Brown).

In a gallery space, within which an outsized glass shelf suspends, a figure 
exists in a mutating digital environment. 
Her feet cannot touch the ground. 
She is a live-in artefact, hovering in time & space, at the threshold of growth and decay.

shelf life lasts 4 hours each day. Gallery visitors come, stay and leave at their leisure. Comments from recent exhibitions included, "Mesmerizing - and original", "A real experience", and "A piece of depth and quality - I must see it again."

shelf life premiered De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea.  Performed North Gallery Brighton University; Horsham Arts Centre; Surrey Institute of Art & Design, Farnham; Poole Arts Centre; Playhouse Theatre, Newcastle; St Pancras Churchyard, Spring Loaded Festival, London; Romaeuropa, Teatro Nazionale, Roma, Italy; Holsovice Brewery; 4 + 4 Days in Motion, International Theater Festival; Romaeuropa, Roma (20-22 October 2000); 4+4 Days in Motion International Theatre Festival, (9 Nov 2000); Contemporary Art Gallery, Zagreb; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vilnius Lithuania.

Premiere:


Premiere Venue:

De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea

Collaborators

Visual Artist Esther Rolinson

Composer Russell Scoones

Performers

Carol Brown

Commissioned By:

Commissioned by South East Dance Agency.
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1997

Ocean Skin

Between swimming and drowning is floating, a subliminal state.   Drawing on  images of death by drowning, this solo performed by Carol ...

Between swimming and drowning is floating, a subliminal state.   Drawing on  images of death by drowning, this solo performed by Carol Brown uses fluid physicality, and an original sound score and video by Russell Scoones,  to  trace memories of oceans  and the kiss of life.  (25mins) 

“Quite oustanding dance - steeped in sensuality.”  The Evening Star.

“An intensity of content and movement...communicated in richly woven texts.” Live Art Magazine

“Brown’s work has visual appeal and a depth of content that is almost subliminally transmitted.”  The Evening Star.

Premiere:

23rd October 1997

Premiere Venue:

The Place Theatre. Research and Development Funded by University of Surrey.

Collaborators

Music by Russell Scoones

Costume Design by Shanti Freed

Lighting by Philippa Wickham

Video by Carol Brown

Performers

Carol Brown

Commissioned By:

University of Surrey

flesh.txt

Predators or prey?  Taking their cue from the girl power bands of the nineties, Lisa Torun and Carol Brown tell stories  about divas, dogs and ...
flesh.txt

Predators or prey?  Taking their cue from the girl power bands of the nineties, Lisa Torun and Carol Brown tell stories  about divas, dogs and getting dirty.   Explicit texts and  riveting movement are accompanied by the live vocals of Lisa Torun in songs by composer Russell Scoones.   (20 minutes)

 'Girl Power with a darker edge'

            Live Art Magazine

Premiere:

23rd May 1997

Premiere Venue:

Brighton International Festival

Collaborators

  • Music by Russell Scoones
  • Lighting by Michael Mannion
  • Costumes designed by Shanti Freed

Performers

Performed by Carol Brown and Lisa Torun

Commissioned By:

Commissioned by South East Dance Agency.

The Natural History Programme

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1996

Eve's Tattoo

Performed by three women their bodies marked markers marking the space with voice, motion and fury. Body Matters, University of Auckland; University ...

Performed by three women their bodies marked markers marking the space with voice, motion and fury.

Body Matters, University of Auckland; University of Surrey; Spring Loaded, The Place Theatre; DanceXchange, Birmingham

Premiere:

23rd October 1996

Collaborators

Performed by Rita Marsalo, Carol Brown and Min Windle

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1995

The Mechanics of Fluids

The Anatomy of Reason/Mechanics of Fluids/Acts of Becoming formed a trilogy - The Mechanics of Fluids - a full-length solo by Carol Brown.  Originally ...
Mechanics of Fluids

The Anatomy of Reason/Mechanics of Fluids/Acts of Becoming formed a trilogy - The Mechanics of Fluids - a full-length solo by Carol Brown.  Originally developed as part of her doctoral research at the University of Surrey, it premiered in 1995 and was subsequently performed at the Lilian Baylis Theatre, London, Melkveg Dance Festival, Amsterdam, Green Mill Festival Melbourne, Purcell Room London and toured throughout New Zealand with a Creative New Zealand grant.

'A breathtaking and inspirational performance, which well deserved the standing ovation it received.'

Otago Daily Times

Premiere:

23rd February 1995
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1994

The Anatomy of Reason

Lillian Baylis Theatre, London. The Place Theatre. Rhythm Method, Purcell Room.

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