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Clouds Above Berlin

Antony Hamilton & Melanie Lane

Presented in Season 1 2012

World Premiere
Presented by Arts House, Antony Hamilton & Melanie Lane

7.30pm, Wed 7 Mar
7.30pm, Thurs 8 Mar with post-show Q&A
7.30pm, Fri 9 Mar
2pm, Sat 10 Mar
7.30pm, Sat 10 Mar
5pm, Sun 11 Mar

90 mins including 15 mins interval
$25 / $20

Arts House
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
North Melbourne

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A catalytic double bill by choreographer/performers Antony Hamilton and Melanie Lane, in which the symbiotic elements of body, light, objects and sound occupy time and space to explode any perception of a static universe.

Hamilton’s Black Project 1 meditates on the synthesis between the gravity-bound body and its connection to the forces and minerals of the earth. Two beings relentlessly traverse a panoramic, linear terrain, leaving artefacts of human intervention in their wake as they go forth into solitude and emptiness.

Lane’s Tilted Fawn creates an intimate, intense, audio-sensitive universe where our urge to seek transformation through advanced technologies is brought into question. This is a world of sensory delight, in which an orchestra of lo-fi sonic objects propels a lone dancer through landscapes that are by turns luscious, melancholic, stark and utopian.

Black Project 1
Antony Hamilton
Antony Hamilton, Melanie Lane
Video Projection:
Olaf Meyer
Set Construction:
Matthew Scott
Robert Henke, Vainio and Fennesz
Antony Hamilton
Production Management:
Matthew Scott
Moriarty’s Project Inc

Tilted Fawn
Melanie Lane
Sound Composition and Installation:
Chris Clark
Artistic Collaborator:
Morgan Belenguer
Bart van der Eynde
Melanie Lane
Lighting Designer:
Max Stelzl

Supported by – Black Project 1 has been supported by Lucy Guerin Inc and the Tanja Liedtke Foundation. Tilted Fawn has been supported by Programm Kultur, Looping and Lucy Guerin Inc. Clouds Above Berlin has been supported by the City of Melbourne through Arts House.
Image by – C/O Antony Hamilton Projects