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RT PROFILER 8

4 FEBRUARY 2015

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Majorcan SheepHappy New Year and welcome (in a week or so) to the Chinese Astrological Year of the Sheep which promises creativity, healing and peace. Here's hoping!

In fact hope is a bit of a theme in Profiler 8. In our realtime tv interview with Dalisa Pigram and Edwin Lee Mulligan about the upcoming Marrugeku performance Cut the Sky, the artists talk about their hopes for Indigenous and cross-cultural perspectives to make an impact on our environmental future. We also ask several RT contributors to share their high hopes for 2015 as well as recapping their high points of 2014.

In addition to a review of Geocidal by tētēma, a new collaboration between Anthony Pateras and Mike Patton, we offer the full and fascinating interview with Pateras. And there's also a review of Vic McEwan's watery wonderland, Amost an embrace, currently showing at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. Finally, a RealTime Traveller, where I report on my adventures in Bourges in central France at the end of last year.

And while we're on me, this is my final Profiler. After 15.5 years at RealTime, in various roles, it's time for me to fly solo out there in the art world. There are no words for how wonderful it's been and how much I've learned from Keith & Virginia, so let's leave it here before I weep all over my laptop.

Gail Priest, Online Producer

Cut the Sky
realtime tv: Dalisa Pigram, Edwin Lee Mulligan, Marrugeku's Cut the Sky

Co-conceiver and choreographer Dalisa Pigram and storyteller/dream catcher Edwin Lee Mulligan discuss the process of creating Cut the Sky, premiering at the Perth International Arts Festival, followed by WOMADelaide.

 

Geocidal
tētēma, Geocidal

Oliver Downes revels in the rhythmic and timbral complexities of this release by new duo tētēma (Anthony Pateras and Mike Patton)


Anthony Pateras
Anthony Pateras: full interview

Oliver Downes travels further down the road less travelled in the full transcript of this email interview with Anthony Pateras.


Almost Embrace
RealTime Regional: Vic McEwan's Almost an embrace

New writer Joel Markham appreciates the quiet poetry of this watery sound and video installation by the Cad Factory director, currently exhibiting at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery.


Bourges
RealTime Traveller: Bourges, France

Gail Priest spent three months in Bourges, two hours south of Paris, checking out the thriving experimental media art and sound scene and sampling the local beverages.


BLOG: Partial Durations
News, reviews and discussion of New Music: A joint project between Matthew Lorenzon and RealTime.

Recent posts:
Rosenberg 3.0: not violin music (book review)
Arcko Symphonic Ensemble: Karlsruhe-Canberra
Flooding in the Garden: Benjamin Anderson’s “Mixed Mediums” and Forest Collective’s “The Mingled Yarn”
Peter Dumsday: Ultra-Romantic
Arianna on a Bridge of Stars
Ionisation: Speak Percussion, Kroumata and ANAM musicians
ANAM: Des canyons aux étoiles

 

 

 

 

SURVEY
Highs & Hopes

Highs_hopes

To kick off 2015 we’ve asked RealTime contributors for a little recap of 2014 and some hints as to their hopes for the year ahead.

John Bailey | Ben Brooker | Urszula Dawkins | Nerida Dickinson | Kathryn Kelly | Matthew Lorenzon

2014 RT PROFILER HIGHLIGHTS
RTtv
REALTIME TV
Ken Thaiday Senior
Kate McMillan, Moment of Disappearance
Andrew Upton, Sydney Theatre Company
Julie Vulcan, performance & installation

Keir Choreographic Award Finalists
Lynette Wallworth, Tender
Josephine Ridge, Melbourne Festival 2014
Theatre Kantanka, Club Singularity
Sarah Last, Wired Open Day
Isaac Julien, PLAYTIME
Chiara Guidi & Jeff Stein, Jack and the Beanstalk
RT @ FOLA
RT @ MONA FOMA

Profile
IN PROFILE

Julian Day
Angus Cerini
André Lawrence
David Rosetzky
Matt Warren
Lawrence English
Natalie Abbott
Lily Hibberd
Prying Eye
AñA Wojak
Chris Howlett

Interviews
INTERVIEWS

Cat Jones
Tim Watts
Marvin Gaye Chetwynd
Hetti Perkins
Chicks on Speed
Aphids
The Necks

ARTIST SURVEYS
Partner Art - parts 1 & 2
Fashioning art
Dreaming Cities
Under the Influence: words, pictures, sounds
The Arteffect
SCANNER 2014: The Experimenters

COMING SOON:
REALTIME 125 FEB/MARCH

REVIEWS
Sydney Festival
Experimenta's Recharge
the NOW now Festival
Performance art at Lock Up and Alaska Projects
MoveMe dance impro festival, Perth
Jana Perkovic reports from Brussels
Outsider Art at Ian Potter Museum of Art
Philip Brophy on Tokyo Art Meeting
Chamber Made Opera in Castlemaine

FEATURE: Producers, camps, ideas
Asian Producer's Platform Camp, Seoul
Arts House Live Art Camp
National Theatre Forum, Sydney
Going Nowhere: art & sustainability
New series: The Producers, Dave Sleswick

INTERVIEWS
Dalisa Pigram, Marrugeku's Cut the Sky
Jeff Khan, 2015 Performance Space program


AVAILABLE NOW
RT & WAKEFIELD PRESS

Bodies of thought

Bodies of Thought:
12 Australian Choreographers

A GROUNDBREAKING NEW BOOK
FOR LOVERS OF AUSTRALIAN CONTEMPORARY DANCE

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"A fascinating snapshot of contemporary dance in Australia in the 21st century , this scholarly, marvelously presented book will delight both dance lovers and researchers." Sydney Arts Guide

KATE CHAMPION, ROSALIND CRISP, TESS DE QUINCEY, RUSSELL DUMAS, LUCY GUERIN, SUE HEALEY, HELEN HERBERTSON, GIDEON OBARZANEK, STEPHEN PAGE, GARRY STEWART, MERYL TANKARD, ROS WARBY

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Editors: Dr Erin Brannigan, Senior Lecturer in Dance, School of Arts and Media, UNSW and Virginia Baxter, Managing Editor, RealTime
Publishers: RealTime and Wakefield Press
ENQUIRIES: realtime@realtimearts.net

And don't miss the companion website realtimedance

 

LH COLUMN: Sheep in Majorca, photo Gail Priest; Dalisa Pigram, Edwin Lee Mulligan, realtime tv; tētēma, Geocidal cd cover; Anthony Pateras, live in Lille, 2014, photo Philo Lenglet; Vic McEwan, Almost an embrace, video still, courtesy the artist;Saint-Étienne, Bourges, photo Gail Priest; Partial Durations: Carolyn Connors and Jenny Barnes in Youphonium;; The Mingled Yarn, photos Meghan Scerri

RH COLUMN: Highs & hopes: clockwise from top left - John Bailey, Ben Brooker, Urszula Dawkins, Nerida Dickinson, Kathryn Kelly, Matthew Lorenzon; realtime tv: top row Ken Thaiday, Andrew Upton, Julie Vulcan, bottom row - Carlos Gomes, Atlanta Eke, Robin Fox; In Profile - top row - Angus Cerini, Resplendence, photo Sebastian Bourges; Natalie Abbott, Donny Henderson-Smith, Maximum, photo Gregory Lorenzutti; Julian Day, Chrissie Cotter Gallery, 2012, photo by Emily Sandrussi; bottom row - mumble(speak) live at FELTspace, Adelaide (2010), courtesy FELTspace ARI, Adelaide; Zaimon and Lizzie Vilmanis, White Porcelain Doll, Prying Eye, FenLan Photography; Aña Wojak with Odalisque with Fascinator (1995); 3 Decades, photo David Corazza, courtesy the artist and The Channon Gallery; Interviews: top row - Hetti Perkins, in front of work by Vernon Ah Kee, Art+Soul 2, image courtesy Hibiscus Films; Chicks on Speed, UTOPIA; Lloyd Swanton, Tony Buck, Chris Abrahams, The Necks, photo Camille Walsh Photography; bottom row - Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, The Snail Race, Galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milan, 06 March 2008 © the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London; Cat Jones, Anatomy's Confection, courtesy the artist;Tim Watts, photo Jamie Breen; Surveys - KUCKA, Rewind (video stills), courtesy the artist; Penelope Benton, Alexandra Clapham, courtesy the artists; Berlin Wall and Jon Rose, stills from a film by Konstanze Binder 1990, Rosenberg Museum Archive, courtesy the artists

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