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Our e-journal, Critical Dialogues, is a platform for the promotion and dissemination of creative research and exploration of practice undertaken by those working in choreography. Critical Dialogues was launched in 2013 and each bi-annual issue features a different guest editor and editorial theme.
This issue focuses on digital technologies in research, development, and practice. As technology develops and improves, choreographers and performers explore the possibilities digital media can offer to the process of creating and performing dance. The contributing artists’ texts, audios, videos and images focus on the relationship between the live body and the digital technologies that become part of their daily life and an influence on the process of their work discipline.
Edited by Jodie McNeilly Renaudie with contributions from Eddie Ladd, Matt Cornell, Monica Stevens and Simo Kellokumpu.
This publication is funded by the Australia Council for the Arts.
Artists from four continents, an educator and a producer, share their thoughts and work. We asked them to write a ‘feeling response’ to the Anthropocene.
Edited by Tamar Kelly with contributions from Renae Shadler, Eko Supriyanto, Sam Hertz, Emily Johnson, Kenneth McLeod and Pippa Bailey.
Following on from Critical Path’s Choreographic Hack Laboratory in January 2019 some of the participants share the entry points and ongoing questions and considerations in relation to the idea of the ‘Anthropocene’.
Edited by Bek Conroy with contributions from Astrida Neimanis, Henrietta Baird, Ivey Wawn, Jodie McNeilly and Sarah Pini.
Explores intercultural practice, exchange, reflections of the presentations including Speak Local and other Interchange Festival events held at Critical Path in 2015.
Exercises in writing towards, about, around and alongside writing by Sydney’s Writing Dancing group.
The curatorial process, what it means to be a young artist in the program, the increasing presence of producers and the Sydney perspective.
Dedicated to the intimate activities, oblique acts, and invisible efforts that feed into the work of choreography.
We feel. We listen. We wait.
Groping for meaningful threads, the logic, our senses not making sense, we probe the hidden, fall over the obvious, turn on constructions, trace connections, impose coherence, and proliferate the imagined…