Dancehouse

Performance

Dancehouse produces and presents cutting-edge, non-mainstream dance work thus playing a significant role in the development of innovative dance practice and ongoing artistic enquiry. Dancehouse actively supports individual artists, working in diverse modes of physical practice and across different stages of career development. It also gives independent artists access to professional presenting opportunities.

Curated Seasons

Performances presented and co-presented by Dancehouse

DANCE MASSIVE 2017

14 March 2017 - 26 March 2017

The 2017 Dancehouse Dance Massive program reminds us that dance is, after all, about movement. Not only its presence but also its absence. A full season of performances, workshops and discussions featuring Rhiannon Newton, Sandra Parker, József Trefeli, Prue Lang, Lilian Steiner, Martin Hansen and Claudia La Rocco.

 
PRUE LANG - STELLAR PROJECT

18 March 2017 - 21 March 2017

Following Lang's previous works, Timeproject (2013) and Spaceproject (2015), Stellar Project continues the exploration of space and time via the experience of the human body, this time expanding into unquantifiable space and unquantifiable time.

 
LILIAN STEINER - NOISE QUARTET MEDITATION

19 March 2017 - 22 March 2017

Investigating the power of tranquillity and its relationship to chaos, Noise Quartet Meditation examines the resonant harmony in the perpetual exchange between these two states.

 
MARTIN HANSEN - IF IT'S ALL IN MY VEINS

23 March 2017 - 26 March 2017

Martin Hansen's work if it's all in my veins uses animated GIFs to investigate the way in which dance history is produced as stable and unchanging but directly conditioned by the present.

 
JOZSEF TREFELI & GABOR VARGA - JINX 103

25 March 2017 - 26 March 2017

In their latest work Jinx 103, dynamic duo József Trefeli and Gábor Varga take dance performance to a public space, exploring the rhythms and rituals of life in a captivating, high energy performance.

 

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Non-curated Season

Independently produced performances presented at Dancehouse

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