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Keep Everything

Chunky Move

Presented in Season 2 2014

Presented by Arts House & Mobile States

7.30pm, Wed 20 Aug
7.30pm, Thurs 21 Aug with Post-Show Q&A
7.30pm, Fri 22 Aug
2pm, Sat 23 Aug
7.30pm, Sat 23 Aug
5pm, Sun 24 Aug

65 mins

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

Onstage smoke effects

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From the critically acclaimed Chunky Move comes Keep Everything, a unique and uninhibited fusion of dance, light, sound and image by one of Australia’s most innovative choreographers, Antony Hamilton. Featuring sound design by ARIA award-winning musicians Kim Moyes and Julian Hamilton, Keep Everything splices choreography, electronica, spoken text and improvised movement to trace human evolution from primates to robots and back again.

Performed by three extraordinary Australian dancers, Keep Everything champions the absurd and sometimes vulgar nature of the spontaneous, set to a twitching score. Hallmarked by Chunky Move’s genre-defying style, its stellar team of creators is further enhanced by the addition of Benjamin Cisterne’s lighting and Robin Fox’s powerful AV design, transforming the stage into a synchronised, pulsating backdrop of lights and smoke in a powerful sound environment.

Keep Everything has evolved intuitively with little editing. The result is a stream-of-consciousness experience that reminds us that, sometimes, it’s important to keep everything.

Director & Choreographer:
Antony Hamilton
Lighting Designer:
Benjamin Cisterne
Sound Designers: 
Julian Hamilton & Kim Moyes
AV Designer:
Robin Fox

System Designer & Operator: 
Nick Roux
Design Consultant:
Paula Levis
Benjamin Hancock, Lauren Langlois, Alisdair Macindoe
Produced by:
Performing Lines

Supported by – Keep Everything is toured by Performing Lines for Mobile States; with the support of the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; and the City of Melbourne through Arts House.
Image by –Jeff Busby