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Image credit Sam Roberts

Creatures by Alison Currie and The Human Arts Movement will be performed on the corner of Pirie St. and Galwer Pl. at 11:30am and again at 12:30pm on the 19th and 12:30pm and again at 1:30pm on the 25th of January 2018
FREE outdoor performance, duration roughly 25minutes
Performers:
Cazna Brass, Rita Bush, Cayleigh Davies, Peter Vayne, Greta Wyatt, Georgia Timperon and Jacinta Jeffries. Kendal Winton and Petra Szabo were also involved in the creation of this work. 


Supported by City of Adelaide, Helpmann Academy
and Restless Dance Theatre.

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Image credit Sam Roberts

‘Creatures’ is a new dance performance directed by Alison Currie in collaboration with The Human Arts Movement. Performed on the corner of Pirie st. and Gawler Pl, this public art work activates this corner of the city by creating a stark contrast between the natural pedestrian traffic of the area and the dancers moving in synchronicity with each other.

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‘Creatures’ is a exploration of human movement and repetition, the body is used to create the visual and aural interest in the work. There are no sets, props or amplification of sound just the choreographed bodies viewed in contrast to the pedestrian traffic. 

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Image credit Sam Roberts

‘Creatures’ explores humans as creatures, the dancers move individually, as a flock, or in a tight group resembling a singular celled organism dividing. The work refers directly to group movement in public space. At times the dancers become part of the crowd taking on pedestrian movement or are separated from it, through the synchronicity of their movement as a group or the complexity of the choreography.