fbpx Evaporative Body / Multiplying Body | Alan Schacher and WeiZen Ho — KCA 2022

Dancehouse stands on what always was and always will be Aboriginal land. We pay our respects to the traditional owners of this land, the Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nation, to their Elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.

The ___

Tra Mi Dinh

'The ___' (2022), Tra Mi Dinh. Photo By Gregory Lorenzutti.
‘The ___’ (2022), Tra Mi Dinh. Photo By Gregory Lorenzutti.

The ___ explores the duality and complexity of endings in a duet caught between harsh and slippery edges. Two dancers oscillate through shifting scenes that challenge the finality of “endings” and what it means for something to come to a close. In their attempts to navigate the interchanging framework that shapes each experience against the next, multiple timelines converge to show that while some endings are final, others linger.

Performer and Choreographer: Tra Mi Dinh
Performer: Claire Leske
Sound Design: Robert Downey

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Book a KCA Half Pass [Week 1] to see just 4 of the 8 KCA works (23—25 June) including:
Evaporative Body / Multiplying Body — Alan Schacher and WeiZen Ho
The ___ — Tra Mi Dinh
What’s Actually Happening — Alice Will Caroline
Wet Hard — Jenni Large

Tra Mi Dinh is a dance artist and emerging choreographer interested in movement that is surprising, absurd, rhythmic and presentational. As a dancer she’s worked with artists and companies including Lucy Guerin Inc., Chunky Move, Victoria Chiu and Michelle Heaven. Her choreography has been supported through residencies at Tasdance’s On the Island Program, Sydney Fringe’s Art in Isolation, Critical Path and March Dance. Her current choreographic curiosities lie at the “edge” of things – blurring the lines between random and deliberate, significance and insignificance. Dinh graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2014 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance).

The Keir Choreographic Award is a partnership between Dancehouse, The Keir Foundation and the Australia Council for the Arts, with presenting partner Carriageworks.

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