MEan feat

Community dance film, celebrating diverse feet, it follow the adventures of a pair of socks in search of her identity. Funded by City of Darebin and Banyule City Council, screened at White Night Melbourne 2016 and Federation Square, Melbourne throughout 2016.   See the video here

Community dance film, celebrating diverse feet, it follow the adventures of a pair of socks in search of her identity. Funded by City of Darebin and Banyule City Council, screened at White Night Melbourne 2016 and Federation Square, Melbourne throughout 2016.

See the video here

Triptych

New film project with people with Parkinson's.

Coming soon.

MY BODY IS AN ETCHING - DUNEDIN

2007 Community dance project as Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow   https://youtu.be/nkxyFOEdyWU

2007 Community dance project as Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow

https://youtu.be/nkxyFOEdyWU

EMBRACE

 

Directed by Kereen Ely Harper  Choreographer Katrina Rank (nee Phillips)  Cinematography Coredelia Beresford   https://youtu.be/5PU-L6tPHYw

Directed by Kereen Ely Harper

Choreographer Katrina Rank (nee Phillips)

Cinematography Coredelia Beresford

https://youtu.be/5PU-L6tPHYw

WILD THING

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Wild Thing workshop, Canberra, 2017

https://myalbum.com/album/CWDO3gcyWCop

Wild Thing is a wry look at the call of the wild and the need for creature comforts.

Wild Thing explores the yearning to be intimately connected to nature, and to express the essentially wild aspects of human nature. It’s also about security. The piece is framed by two poems: “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver and “Wilderness” by Carl Sandberg, which urge us to relish our animal natures and to celebrate our place in the family of things. These poems present a wild world of extremes: awe inspiring yet visceral, harsh yet exciting; a world that calls to us and our imaginations.

The work blends physical theatre, dance, puppetry, voice, installation and theatre of the absurd to expose instinct and contradiction, desire and recoil. We “do not have to be good”, so we wont. This work was presented at The Mature Moves Festival in Hobart, Tasmania, from 23 – 25 September 2016.