The meeting that occurs between a body, a choreography and a moment in time gives birth to a dance that can only be of that moment; with genealogy made up of the body, the circumstances and the instruction contained within the choreography.
Using geometry as a tool to simplify choreographies, and colour as a material for filling the shapes, Spectral proposes a method for producing dances that embraces all that has been as material for understanding how we might be with now, and construct a version of what we might like for the future.
By engaging in a kind of violent mass-production of choreographic material, through appropriation, association and adaptation, Spectral looks to critique linear notions of progress that run parallel to industrial, and post-industrial capitalism.
image: Matt Cornell
Image: Matt Cornell
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Image: Martin Fox
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Image: Martin Fox

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Credit notes RMW residency showing

Developed with the support of Readymade Works, Critical Path and Bundanon Trust.

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