LINE IN LINE

Line in Line image

by dancer Tess de Quincey with sound artist Jim Denley
forshadowing Richard Long’s Stone Line

BodyWeather is a dance movement founded by Min Tanaka, the first Japanese butoh dancer to engage in a direct dialogue between Eastern and Western artists, including the Fluxus movement, Nam June Paik and Robert Rauschenberg.

Tess de Quincey worked with Min Tanaka for six years in Japan 1985-91 and introduced the BodyWeather practice to Australia in 1989, founding De Quincey Co, Australia’s leading BodyWeather company in 2000.

De Quincey and Denley have a long history of collaboration and explore the resonance between contemporary performance and works in the newly opened Kaldor collection celebrated during this Open Weekend.

Previous Season Details

Saturday 21 May, 2011 at 1.00pm

ENTRANCE COURT, AGNSW
Duration 30 minutes
Free

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