Ever wanted an insight into the realities of successful contemporary dance production? This year, we’ve invited Australia’s most fierce and fearless choreographers to interview each other, and you get to listen in on the conversation.
Throughout the podcast series, ten Dance Massive artists will pose the tricky questions: What’s at risk for the artists? What’s at stake for the audiences? Is form more important than content? How critical is technique? How political can dance be? What kind of a “dance face” works best?
Hear conversations with; Lz Dunn (Aeon) and Martin Hansen (If It’s All In My Veins) Lilian Steiner (Noise Quartet Meditation) and James Batchelor (Deepspace), Mariaa Randall (Divercity) and Lucy Guerin (Split), Rebecca Jensen (Deep Sea Dances) and Rhiannon Newton (Bodied Assemblies), Shian Law and Phillip Adams (Vanishing Point),
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