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Choreography and direction: Alison Currie

Cinematography & Edit: Tobin Lush / Sam Chisholm Rodeo Studio

Dancer: Carlie Angel

Creative Producer: Jason Cross

Costume: Gemma Stocks

Sound: Alisdair Macindoe

Sculpture: Stephen Hayter

Commissioned: Carriageworks

Produced: Insite Arts

Interactive video that you can move to see the shape of the screen by dragging the model with your mouse - available here 3D video online 

Online component created by Jason Lam and Adam Synnott of Kaboom  and Brad Williams. 

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'I Can Relate' currently being exhibited as part of the Light Moves Festival of Screendance  at Limerick City Gallery of Art until January 2018 

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'I can relate' is a video dance work which premiered as part of 24 Frames Per Second at Carriageworks in Sydney alongside 23 other works of dance on film and was one of 6 of these works screened at ACE Open in Adelaide. 

The video is projected onto a sculpted three-dimensional rock like screen so that the sculptural form of the screen distorts the moving image. The content of the video shows a solo dancer, Carlie Angel, interacting with a landscape of large granite rocks and explores the fundamental comparison of form between the dancer and the rocks.

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“Another spatial innovation is the three-dimensional, sculpted screen of “I Can Relate” by… Alison Currie who has created an experience so unique that it causes some viewers to do a double take.” Forrest, N 2015 Blouin Art Info

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'I Can Relate' was presented alongside works by 23 other artists as part of 24 Frames per Second commissioned by Carriageworks and supported by the Australia Council for the Arts.

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In this image you can clearly see the distortion created in the projection by the protruding rocks.

Images taken by Tobin Lush on his phone camera whilst visiting the exhibition at Carriageworks, Sydney.

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Carlie Angel performed the choreography from 'I Can Relate' live at ACE Open gallery as part of Physical Forces for the opening of the 24 Frames Per Second exhibition. 

Choreography Alison Currie 

Performance Carlie Angel

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Image credit Rodeo

Interactive video that you can move by dragging the model with your mouse - viewable here 3D video online 

Online component created by Jason Lam and Adam Synnott of Kaboom  and Brad Williams. 

This model aims to give an understanding of the three dimensionality of the sculpted screen as it would be viewed in the a gallery space. When viewed in the gallery you can walk to the side of the screen and view the distortion it creates, online you can drag the model to see this distortion.