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The Boom Project

Rosalind Crisp / Omeo Dance

Presented in Season 1 2015

Presented by Arts House and Rosalind Crisp / Omeo Dance
As part of Dance Massive 2015

9pm, Fri 13 Mar
9pm, Sat 14 Mar
9pm, Sun 15 Mar
9pm, Mon 16 Mar
9pm, Tue 17 Mar
9pm, Wed 18 Mar
9pm, Thu 19 Mar
9pm, Fri 20 Mar
9pm, Sat 21 Mar

40 mins

Blueprint Showroom
183 Laurens St,
North Melbourne


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The Boom Project is conceived as a live interplay between a dancer and choreographer, an artistic companion and provocateur, and a designer.

Dance has exhausted herself. Form is collapsing. Nature is rapidly being extinguished. Our house is burning, hors contrôl.

In the wake of this collapse, the infinite potential of our human attention is exposed.

No longer the centre of a domesticated world, Dance has gone wild, unfastened herself, each moment a tear in time.

“Beyond analogy, Crisp’s movement is astonishing in its sheer otherness… the standard syntax of dance erased. It’s magical.” – RealTime, on No-one will tell us…

Dancer and Choreographer:
Rosalind Crisp
Artistic Companion and Provocateur:
Helen Herbertson
Ben Cobham

Design Delivery:
Kara Ward

Supported by – The Boom Project has been supported by East Gippsland Shire Council; Notafe Festival, Estonia; Arts Victoria; the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; and the City of Melbourne through Arts House.
Image by – Heidrun Löhr