The Portrait Piper

By | 2019-07-08T01:16:57+00:00 November 4th, 2018|collaborations, galleries and visual arts, performance, Uncategorized|

Zsuzsi Soboslay, with flautist extraordinaire Eliza Shephard, leads a new guided interpretation of the life of portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, NPG Spring Festival, Oct 28, 2018. “We need a different kind of language and a different emotional register if we are going to touch people…. And that’s what you are creating…” [writer, [...]

Time Borrowed/Subnivien

By | 2019-06-17T06:29:53+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|collaborations, dance ecology, galleries and visual arts, performance, philosophy & ethics|

Remembering a favourite collaboration with visual artist Annee Miron and sound artist Clive Bourne, @ CraftACT Craft and Design Centre, May 2017. Part of an exhibition of works by artists involved over 10 years of residences at Namadgi National Park   Time Borrowed/Subnivien: beneath us, a world we cannot see.   The weaving--a [...]

Ventilate, part of Contour 556

By | 2018-11-25T03:53:18+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|collaborations, dance ecology, galleries and visual arts, performance, philosophy & ethics, theatre|

Artwork by S.A.Adair, collaboration with dancer/theatre-maker Zsuzsi Soboslay and musician Richard Johnson, Saturday Oct 6@2pm Getting ready to perform within S.A.Adair's beautiful, moving installation work on Saturday at 2pm. Part of Contour 556, Commonwealth Place, East Space Gallery, Saturday October 6 @ 2pm.    

Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed! (2019)

By | 2019-07-01T04:14:19+00:00 June 11th, 2018|collaborations, cross-discipilary, cross-disciplinary, ecology, educational, environmental sciences, galleries and visual arts, inclusion projects, intercultural, performance, theatre, Upcoming Events|

Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed!  is a project that commemorates the 50th anniversary year of the broadcast of the first Moon Walk from the Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, just outside the ACT. It deals with history, human footprints, cultural differences and ‘deep time’. The project establishes partnerships between [...]

Fine judgments of our souls…

By | 2018-11-25T04:00:59+00:00 October 22nd, 2016|Anthems and Angels Trilogy, collaborations, cross-disciplinary, homepage, intercultural, migration and exile, performance, theatre|

Week Two! and we have rehearsed with our three generous musicians, Ben Drury, Richard Johnson, Jess Green and Michael Misa. Pastor Peter Kuot is deciding which of his stories of South Sudanese agricultural life to tell. School students from Marist College are coming to workshops this weekend, and our performers Chris and Robin--wickedly funny--have [...]

response-ability

By | 2017-10-26T18:52:46+00:00 October 10th, 2013|collaborations, dance ecology, dramaturgy, homepage, philosophy & ethics, shamanism, theatre|

The principal of equivalence refers not just to an attitude to things outside of ourselves—respect for nature, and others—but to components within as well. This principle, as an active consciousness, helps response-ability-—i.e., the ability to respond with more resilience, more options, more variety and creativity. We can expand our repertoire of things we can [...]

Anthems and Angels

By | 2018-06-15T03:02:45+00:00 June 7th, 2013|collaborations, dance ecology, homepage, performance, theatre|

This is a 3 minute video of my major project, Anthems and Angels It is concerned with the memories and experiences of refugees. Its process matches my intention to pay respect to what often gets censored or ignored (memories, sights, sounds, smells, kinetic sensations). If everything is potentially of equal value, then sound, space, [...]