DANCEHOUSE and MELBOURNE FESTIVAL. Dancehouse and Melbourne Festival present Dance Territories; THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE- RITUALS OF NOW two themed double bills over four evenings, pairing Australian and international dance works. @Dancehouse_Melb
THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE - RITUALS OF NOW
14 October 2014 - 18 October 2014
Tony Yap, Yumi Umiumare, Matthew Gingold (Australia)
Zero Zero explores the liminal spaces between the visible and the invisible.
The work charts the choreographic landscape formed at the intersection of physical, cultural, spiritual and technological boundaries.
THE COFFEE DRINKERS
Ccompagnie Moussoux-Bonte (Belgium)
Two elegant figures with a furious obsession for symmetry take their coffee amid whispers of agreeable truths in a living room of velveteen comfort. Abnomalies begin to slip and the place itself is revealed to be something other than what it first seemed.
Eleonore Didier (France)
Solides, Lisboa is contemplative work about time and its passage. It is a reflection on how a dull ordinary routine (and life) can become extra-ordinary. Also a work on time and the weight of time flying by while waiting for something extraordinary to happen.
STILL POINT TURNING
Linda Luke (Australia)
A synthesis of dance, video, sound and installation, initially inspired by TS Eliot's poem Burnt Norton, Still Point Turning explores perceptions of time, stillness, and turbulence.
Where: Dancehouse 150 Princes St Carlton North
Prices: $30 Full | $25 Concession | $20 Member
Book Tickets: http://dancehouse.com.au/performance/performancedetails.php?id=183