AMPERS&ND et al
not yet it’s difficult & Wuturi
Presented by Arts House
Body Listening Workshop
10am-2pm, Mon 23 Apr
10am-2pm, Tue 24 Apr
5pm, Thurs 26 Jul
6.30pm, Mon 30 Apr
A navigation of process
7.30pm, Fri 4 May
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
Mobile performance laboratory AMPERS&ND et al brings together leading innovators in music, dance and physical theatre from Australia, Korea and Europe, researching new modes of artistic communication between performer and musician, and inviting us to think deeply about how we physically and sonically navigate daily life.
The driving research elements behind AMPERS&ND are the transposition of traditional Korean dance as interpreted by Wuturi, a highly Western syncretic approach to instrumentalisation by members of contemporary music ensemble Elision, and not yet it’s difficult’s performance training, Body Listening, which has at its spiritual heart the Australian landscape.
Arts House invites you to join the artists of AMPERS&ND for a series of ancillary events including an introductory two-day Body Listening workshop, an industry seminar, a public forum and a research presentation.
AMPERS&ND et al is led by NYID’s David Pledger with artists from NYID, Wuturi and Elision.
Supported by – This project has been supported by ConnectionBox, the Korea-Australian Connection Initiative, a partnership between the Australia Council for the Arts and the Korea Arts Management Service. Also supported by the City of Melbourne through Arts House.
Image by – Todd Macdonald