MAR 3–7 | APR 7–14
Critical Path and the Creative Practice Lab at the School of the Arts and Media (SAM) at UNSW work in partnership to provide dance research residencies in the Io Myers Studioat UNSW. The Creative Practice Lab supports research and analysis in performance and crossmedia practice in SAM and the residencies provide invaluable opportunities for academic staff and students enrolled in our dance studies programs to engage with the creative practice of the artists. This year the Creative Practice Lab will support the work of Angela Goh.
Angela Goh will work with Rhiannon Newton and Benjamin Forster to isolate and deconstruct the notion of ‘rehearsal’. Together they will use the structures of the rehearsal as a way to produce a mode of working rather than as a means of creation or perfection. By performing ‘rehearsal’ as a practice rather than a process we ask the question, What can work produce when it is not used as a means to productivity?
Angela Goh is a performer and choreographer from Sydney.
Angela Goh, Out There Deep, Canberra Museum and Art Gallery, 2013. Photo: Lorna Sim