Previous Work

STILL POINT TURNING

STILL POINT TURNING

A synthesis of dance, video, sound and installation, Still Point Turning explores perceptions of time, stillness and turbulence.
Choreographer & Performer Linda Luke

SYDNEY
27-29 November 2014
Lennox Theatre, Parramatta Riverside Theatres
Presented by FORM Dance Projects as part of DANCE BITES 2014

WAGGA WAGGA
13 December 2014
Wagga Wagga Regional Gallery

INNER GARDEN

INNER GARDEN

A HAUNTED PAST DANCED INTO THE FUTURE
…6 – 8 Feb, 2014…

AT THE EDGE OF THE VISIBLE

AT THE EDGE OF THE VISIBLE

Performance as part of the WILD LAW CONFERENCE 2013

…27 September 2013 at 6.30pm…
IAN HANGAR RECITAL HALL
Queenland Conservatorium, South Bank


WILD LAW INCUBATOR

WILD LAW INCUBATOR

Artists, producers and other experts from a range of different fields will attend a one-­‐day incubator exploring WILD LAW. This diverse group of practitioners will collaborate in developing strategies aimed at its realisation.
…Saturday 4 May 2013…
ABC Studios

VISIONARIUM

VISIONARIUM

a hybrid installation about dreams, memory and the imagination
… extended until Friday 20 April, 2012…
Sydney College of the Arts

COPPER PROMISES: HINEMIHI HAKA

COPPER PROMISES: HINEMIHI HAKA

major new performance work by VICTORIA HUNT
….4-12 May….
PERFORMANCE SPACE at CARRIAGEWORKS


FLOAT - SLIPPING THROUGH TIME

FLOAT – SLIPPING THROUGH TIME

A solo piece on water that articulates different beings connected vertically through time and horizontally through space.

12 PAWS + 2 FEET – DOGS BODYWEATHER

12 PAWS + 2 FEET – DOGS BODYWEATHER

a performance by LEO, FLAME & TROTSKY with TESS DE QUINCEY

NO COLD FEET - site-specific transformations

NO COLD FEET – site-specific transformations

our highly acclaimed, recently performed piece is a site-specific event for families at dusk and can be adapted for different venues


GHOST QUARTERS – first dream of The Opium Confessions

GHOST QUARTERS – first dream of The Opium Confessions

a performance installation exploring the experience of destitution, addiction and the spatial uncanny.

BUTOH ON SCEEN

BUTOH ON SCEEN

Free DVD screening hosted by butoh artist TESS DE QUINCEY
– SATURDAY 9 JULY at 1pm –
Domain Theatre, Art Gallery of NSW

THE WEATHER MIND

THE WEATHER MIND

ephemeral moments from De Quincey Co performances, photographs by Mayu Kanamori & Russell Emerson
5-25 MAY, Kaleidoscope Gallery


LINE IN LINE

LINE IN LINE

a BodyWeather performance by Tess de Quincey with sound artist Jim Denley forshadowing Richard Long’s Stone Line
Saturday 21 May @ 1pm, Art Gallery NSW

X-SPECIES

X-SPECIES

a performance by Tess de Quincey & Jim Denley as part of the BAT-HUMAN PROJECT…

PULSE

PULSE

Tess de Quincey & Stuart Grant perform in the Grafitti Tunnel, The University of Sydney
for ADSA-Australian Drama Studies Association Conference


BUGGER WE

BUGGER WE

an essentially vague performance; an inexact mag; persistent chatter; interferences
between dancer Tess de Quincey and academic Stuart Grant

embrace: GUILT FRAME

embrace: GUILT FRAME

A woman and a man, time and change.

BREATH

BREATH

The two artists maintain an ongoing partnership in improvisation concerned with finding structures and resonances which reflect ‘the place and the moment’.


THE DE QUINCEY TAPES

THE DE QUINCEY TAPES

A video installation by John Gillies in collaboration with Tess de Quincey photos Mari Velonaki  

NERVE 9

NERVE 9

invites you into a feminine space, an environment where body and textuality coexist.

IS & IS2

IS & IS2

An hour of masterly drawn movement and image where the pen never leaves the page…


ANOTHER DUST

ANOTHER DUST

Rigorously anti-humanistic in conception, de Quincey presented an alien body, the body as phenomena.

MOVEMENT ON THE EDGE

MOVEMENT ON THE EDGE

There cannot be less movement to tell such a complex tragedy without words.

A SEA CHANGE

A SEA CHANGE

A performance for 12 dancers & 2 musicians