MOVE










 
Let’s MOVE!

MOVE is the IRL2URL movement workshop where you can shake out your stiff limbs and learn some moves from four of Sydney’s fave performance artists. We will be releasing a new MOVE every two weeks!

MOVE #1
With BROOKE STAMP
Released: 16 September





Brooke Stamp (b. Sydney 1979) is an Australian dancer, choreographer and educator. Her career spans two-decades of inquiry in dance, visual art, sound-performance, writing and dramaturgy; and is distinguished by a prolific body of work with Melbourne-based experimental dance company Phillip Adams BalletLab. Stamp has performed the work of Adam Linder, Miguel Gutierrez, Maria Hassabi, Rebecca Hilton and Shelley Lasica among others; earning multiple Award nominations throughout her career for best female performer, and including the prestigious Australia Council Fellowship for Dance (2017). Since 2011, Stamp has regularly collaborated with Australian visual artist Agatha Gothe-Snape; for the works Here, an Echo, 20th Biennale of Sydney; Rhetorical Chorus, and Oh Window (Mori Museum Tokyo). Stamp has most recently performed in the inaugural commission for the Museum of Modern Art's Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio (New York), in Shelf Life by Adam Linder (2020). Other work with Linder includes the works Some Cleaning and Some Trade at the National Gallery of Victoria (AU), the Hannah Hoffman Gallery (LA), The Wattis Institute (San Fran), Kunsthalle Bern (Switz). Stamp holds an MFA from the UNSW School of Art & Design, and is currently undertaking her PhD at the Victorian College of the Arts (Melb).

http://brookestamp.com/


Image by: Courtesy of the artist.





MOVE #3
With RHIANNON NEWTON
Released:  14 October



Rhiannon is an Australian dancer and choreographer. She creates performance works that inhabit theatre, public and gallery spaces. Her work draws on practices of repetition, studying patterns that give rise to change and stasis within the body and our world. Rhiannon has been commissioned by Dancehouse for Dance Massive 2019 (Choreographed Readings), Housemate 2018 (We Make Each Other Up) and Dance Massive 2017 (Bodied Assemblies). Her works have been presented nationally and internationally in contexts such as Brisbane Festival, March Dance, Festival 2018, Firstdraft Exhibitions Program, Trois C-L (LX), Nagib On Stage (SL), Tanzhaus Zurich (CH) and Judson Church (USA).

She has developed her practice in residencies throughout Australia, Europe and North America and been a part of international exchanges in Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia and Singapore. Rhiannon works as a collaborator and performer with artists such as Mette Edvardsen (BE), Elysa Wendi (SI), Martin Del Amo, Amrita Hepi, Benjamin Forster, Rosalind Crisp, Paea Leach and Brooke Stamp. In 2018 Rhiannon was the Dancehouse Housemate artist-in-residence and Create NSW Emerging Performing Artist Fellow. In 2019 she has become a caretaker of ReadyMade Works Inc., co-curated the Talking Bodies lecture-performance series and undertakes an Australia Council International Residency in HIAP, Helsinki.

Image by: Natalia Cartley












MOVE #2
With VICTORIA HUNT + JUSTIN SHOULDER
Released: 30 September




        
Victoria Hunt is an Australian-born artist working across the spheres of dance, choreography, culture, performance art and education. Her tribal affiliations are to Te Arawa, Rongowhaakata, Kahungunu Maori, English and Irish. She has a BA in Visual Arts (Maj. Photo-media) from Griffith Uni, QLD ‘97. She is a founding ensemble member of the Bodyweather dance company De Quincey Co. since 1999 and in 2007 became a co-curator of The Weather Exchange.

Her work with Tess De Quincey spans fourteen years and over 40 productions. Highlights include a 3-month residency (Kolkata/India) and performance, Embrace: A Silent Thread; the Triple Alice Laboratories ‘99-03 in Central Australia; Dictionary of Atmospheres (Alice Springs Festival ’05). In Sydney; Sky Hammer; Walking Species; City to City; Scent Trilogy; Shhh; Seep; Shiver; Embrace: An Immodest Green; Embrace: A Green Wave; No Cold Feet; Deep Tone; Continuum; Form of Scent; Form of Mist; Five Short Solos; The Stirring; Triptych; Run; Framed, ImproExchange and Platform events.

Image by: James Peter Brown











MOVE #4
With WENDY YU
Released: 28 October



Wendy is a multidisciplinary artist currently invested in designing interface between dance and computational design. She is a graduate of VCA (dance) and is now completing a Masters of interaction design and electronic arts at the University of Sydney. 

Upcoming events Wendy is participating in include; An interactive installation to be featured in “Two Trees Talking”, an exhibition at Project Contemporary Artspace. An online performance of, “That One”, a collaborative dance work with dancers from Beijing and Shanghai, presented as part of Wuzhen Theatre Festival 2020. Viewers will be able to stream into this performance live. Artist talks in addition to workshops led by Wendy regarding dance and digital media as part of the Centre for Projection Art winter residency public engagement program.

https://www.wendyyu.org/

Image by: Natalia Cartley


IRL 2 URL

2020



Artists 
Alvin Zhong ︎︎
Jane Fan ︎ ︎

Callum Howard ︎︎
Patrick Younis ︎ Jordan East ︎ Zorica Purlija ︎︎
Brooke Stamp Victoria Hunt Rihannon Newton Wendy Yu
Curators


Designers
Amy Ge ︎
Andrina Manon ︎ ︎ Elle Abignano ︎
Estee Sarsfield ︎ ︎
Leila Fri ︎ ︎ Maria Adrino ︎  Monisha Chippada ︎ Niki Farmer  ︎ ︎ Silje Buxton Soldal ︎ ︎
Writers



"Moving from IRL 2 URL takes place on Aboriginal land. We acknowledge the Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Ngunnawal people who are the traditional owners of the land Arc AD, Kudos Gallery and AD Space share, create and operate on. We pay our respects to elders, past and present, and acknowledge that this will always be Aboriginal land. We are all on different land take some time to find out whose land you are on"


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