CHOREOGRAPHIC HACK LAB
We’re partnering with The Anthropocene Transition Project and Strange Attractor to present CHOREOGRAPHIC HACK LAB, a one-week laboratory that brings together city-based practitioners to look at and be informed by new synthesis between the disciplines.
We invite 5 artists with a choreographic practice to creatively improvise with 5 practitioners from other disciplines engaging with the Anthropocene. This experimental space provides the opportunity for finding creative solutions and new ways of working across practice boundaries.
Alongside the lab there will be a series of public activities – talks, presentations and interactive ‘workshops’ around the Anthropocene and the practice & research of laboratory participants. As well as an accessible publication to open up the process and content of the laboratory to the public and extend the reach of the public program activities. Lab participants will be expected to contribute to these public access elements of the project.
The lab will be open to Sydney-based and connected choreographers, scientists, environmentalists and business sector professionals. Facilitator – national or international artist TBC Participants will be selected on the basis of excellence in current practice, content, research and professional delivery.
EOIs close 10am Wednesday 24 January.
Date & Location
Tuesday 1 January 2019 - Thursday 31 January 2019