Development Program

Geumhyung Jeong

Call out Lab: Choreography and Objects 1& 2

We are looking for 2 to 4 artists to take part in paid development laboratories over two consecutive weeks later in the year. Artists can apply to take part in one or both laboratories.

WEEK 1 (30 Oct to 4 Nov 2017)
Participants will work on Choreography and Objects using a set of rules given by Geumhhyung.

WEEK 2 (6 – 10 Nov 2017)
Participants will focus on their own interests in relation to the theme.

Expression of Interest EOI via surveymonkey
Deadline by Monday 3 July, Midday

More information please email projects@criticalpath.org.au or call on: 02 93624023

Geumhyung Jeong (South Korea) is a choreographer and performance artist. In her work, she constantly negotiates the relationship between the human body and the things surrounding it. Through intense, risky interactions with her own body, she bestows a bizarre, disconcerting life upon plain, everyday objects. Geumhyung explores the potential of the body – its sensuality, power to change its surroundings, and ability to undergo transformations through the power of desire. Her projects combine dance and puppetry and bring attention to technical aspects of theatre.

Geumhyung studied Acting at Hoseo University in Asan, Korea, Dance and Performance at the Korean National University of Arts in Seoul, and Animation Film at the Korean Academy of Film Arts in Seoul. Her works have been presented by the New Museum, New York, Zürcher Theater Spektakel, Switzerland; Malta Festival, Poznań, Poland; Brigittines International Festival, Brussels; SPIEL ART Festival, Munich; ImpulsTanz Festival, Vienna; iDans Festival, Istanbul; Contemporary Art Museum of Ujazdowski, Warsaw; Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany; PACT Zollverein, Essen, Germany; and many others.

Cover Image: Geumhyung Jeong 7ways. Photo credit: Wooshik Lee
Image 1: Geumhyung Jeong. Photo credit: Tae hwan Kim
Image 2: Geumhyung Jeong 7ways_liveperformance. Photo credit: Wooshik Lee

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Date & Location

Tuesday 6 June 2017 - Monday 3 July 2017

The Drill Hall