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CARRIAGEWORKS, DANCEHOUSE AND THE KEIR FOUNDATION PRESENT

KEIR CHOREOGRAPHIC AWARD

Carriageworks and the Keir Foundation partners with Critical Path to present the 2016 Keir Choreographic Award public program. The Keir Choreographic Award’s Sydney public program includes a series of thought provoking lectures and discussions with international leaders in contemporary dance.

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Exhibiting Dance: Pierre Bal-Blanc in conversation with Stephanie Rosenthal
SUN 1 MAY 11AM, FREE
KCA Jury member Pierre Bal-Blanc, documenta 14 curator, in conversation with Stephanie Rosenthal current Artistic Director of the 20th Biennale of Sydney.

PIERRE BAL-BLANC is a curator and art critic based in Athens and Paris. He is currently curator for the documenta 14. He was director of Contemporary Art Centre of Brétigny, France from 2003 to 2014.

Internationally acclaimed curator STEPHANIE ROSENTHAL has held the position of Chief Curator at the Hayward Gallery in London since 2007. A key focus of her curatorial practice is the exploration of the relationship between visual art and performance.

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Where is choreography now?
SUN 1 MAY 2PM, FREE
A panel of dance practitioners from across Asia explore the nature of contemporary choreography, the concerns of different nations, contexts and cultures and the geographies of different approaches to dance. Hosted by Director, Critical Path, Claire Hicks, with:

DAISUKE MUTO is a dance critic and Associate Professor of Gunma Prefectural Women’s University. His current research interests are modern and contemporary Asian dance history, and alternative theory of choreography.

HELLY MINARTI is an independent dance curator based in Jakarta. She is part of the curatorial collective at the Jakarta Arts Council since 2013 and works on various projects, locally and internationally.

KIM SEONG-HEE is a programmer, curator and festival director. She was the founder of Festival Bo:m interdisciplinary arts festival (2007-13) and is now Artistic Director of Asian Culture Center, Theater.

CHOY KA FAI is a Berlin-based Singaporean artist. He graduated in Design Interaction from the Royal College of Art London and his works was presented at ImpulsTanz Festival Vienna (2015), Tanz Im August Berlin (2015, 2013) and Singapore Arts Festival (2012).

CLAIRE HICKS has been working with artists, artform and audience development for over 20 years. As an independent producer and curator her work includes dramaturgy, discourse & writing projects.

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Choreographing Problems: a performance lecture from Bojana Cvejić [PODCAST]
PODCAST TO BE MADE AVAILABLE IN 2016
A discussion of key issues in contemporary performance and how the practices of making, performing and attending reinvent performance and dance today. Hosted by Dr Erin Brannigan Senior Lecturer, UNSW – School of the Arts and Media.

BOJANA CVEJIC is a performance theorist and performance maker based in Brussels. Her latest books are Choreographing Problems: Expressive Concepts in Contemporary Dance and Performance, A Choreographer’s Score: Drumming and Rain with A.T. De Keersmaeker, and Public Sphere by Performance, co-authored with A. Vujanović.

ERIN BRANNIGAN is Senior Lecturer in Dance at the University of New South Wales and works in the fields of dance and film as an academic and curator.

IMAGE COURTESY OF CHUNKY MOVE, PHOTO: PIPPA SAMAYA. VENUE  PARTNERS: ARTS HOUSE, CHUNKY MOVE AND LUCY GUERIN INC.

1 - 2 MAY 2016

Exhibiting Dance: Pierre Bal-Blanc in conversation with Stephanie Rosenthal
1 MAY 11AM

Where is choreography now? Panel discussion
1 MAY 2PM

Choreographing Problems: a performance lecture from Bojana Cvejić
PODCAST AVAILABLE 9 MAY

FREE

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Exhibiting Dance: Pierre Bal-Blanc in conversation with Stephanie Rosenthal

Where is choreography now? Panel discussion

 

Book tickets to 2016 Keir Choreographic Award $35