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In development - Concrete Impermanence

Image credit Kel Mocilnik

Concrete Impermanence is currently in development, when complete it will be a work for the stage performed by two dancers a series of set pieces of various sizes.

As the work is in development more artists may join this list:

Choreographer and director: Alison Currie

Rehearsal director / outside eye: Carlie Angel

Dancers: Jessie Oshodi and Lewis Rankin

Creative Producer: Jason Cross

Sound: Alisdair Macindoe

Sculpture: Stephen Hayter

Design consultation: Morag Cook

Technical sound support: Sascha Budimski

Objects: molo

Produced: Insite Arts

Supported by: LWDance Hub, Arts SA, Australia Council for the Arts

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In development - Concrete Impermanence

Image credit Kel Mocilnik

Concrete Impermanence talks of something that was stable being suddenly changed and how this can call into question ones entire understanding of the world. It speaks to how natural disaster and personal trauma can physically and physiologically change the world we live in.

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In development - Concrete Impermanence

Image credit Kel Mocilnik

Abstract objects are used as a method of demonstrating a change outside ourselves and are created in varying scales to show our connection with the outside world, our impact on it and its impact on us.

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In development - Concrete Impermanence

Image credit Kel Mocilnik

This work is still in development for more information please contact

producer Jason Cross jason@insitearts.com.au

or director Alison Currie alisonjcurrie@yahoo.com.au