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Precarious Movements: Choreography and the Museum

Erin Brannigan and Shelley Lasica

Precarious Movements: Choreography and the Museum, Transmission & Understanding Workshop. Tate Modern, 29 June 2023. Photograph © Tate 2023 (Photographer: Larina Annora Fernandes)
4pm, Friday 1 December 2023
Upstairs Studio


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This discussion about Precarious Movements: Choreography and the Museum will be hosted by Erin Brannigan, Associate Professor UNSW and Shelley Lasica, artist, both members of the research team team.

Erin and Shelley will speak about the scope and interests of each of our research as part of Precarious Movements, and describe the project as a whole and the complexities that the project exposes and reflects on as part of current cultural discussions. As we draw to the close of our 3 year ARC funding, we will contextualise from the past and present and into the future regarding what we hope will be the outcomes of our research, giving a view to the commissions, symposia and publications we have worked on.

Precarious Movements: Choreography and the Museum is a major international ARC-supported research project bringing together leading artists, researchers and institutional partners in an in-depth study to support creative practice and develop best practice models for commissioning, curating, exhibiting, collecting, conserving and archiving choreographic works. There is further information on the lifespan of the project to date on our website.

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