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Profiler 11 situates itself firmly in Asia. Tristan Meecham and Bec Reid (Fun Run, All The Queens Men) and Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey (Megaphone Project) report on their experiences at the Ansan Street Arts Festival in South Korea and Gail Priest explores every sonic, visual and experiential nook and cranny of Seoul.

We also preview the upcoming OzAsia festival, bringing artists from China, Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia to Adelaide; while Michael Dagostino, CEO of Sydney's Campbelltown Arts Centre, tells RealTime about I Can Hear Dancing, a program which pairs choreographers and composers/sound artists.

Plus: profiles of Tasmanian-based light artist Jason James and Sydney based b*boy and independent choreographer Nick Power.

Lucy Parakhina, Online Producer


Interview: Joseph Mitchell, OzAsia Festival
Keith Gallasch speaks to the exuberant and passionate Joseph Mitchell, Artistic Director of Adelaide’s upcoming OzAsia Festival, about the festival's program of contemporary performance, film and visual art from China, Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia.

Art & healing on the streets of Ansan
Read reports from South Korea’s festival dedicated to arts on and of the streets. This year, Australia was represented by Melbourne artists Tristan Meecham and Bec Reid (All The Queens Men) with their endurance spectacle Fun Run and sound artists Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey with the Megaphone Project


RealTime Traveller: Gail Priest in Seoul, Korea
Gail Priest headed off to Seoul in search of the future, in particular what the future might sound like, continuing her research into a speculative audio and writing project, as part of an Australia Council Emerging and Experimental Arts Fellowship.

Interview: Michael Dagostino, Campbelltown Arts Centre
CEO Michael Dagostino discusses CAC’s forthcoming program of three works, I CAN HEAR DANCING. Three years in the making, it dispenses with the usual hierarchy to bring together contemporary musicians and choreographers on an equal platform.

brandisDon't miss
Rug up and immerse yourself in Carriageworks’ monumental 24 Frames Per Second dance-screen installations [ends 2 Aug] and Sue Healey’s On View: Live Portraits at Performance Space [ends 25 July].

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

Recent posts:
Opera Scholars Australia: Snow White and Other Grimm Tales
Turbulence: Responses in poetry and video

FEATURE: Branding Brandis

Kupka’s Piano: Outer Sounds

Elliott Gyger’s opera Fly Away Peter: An “almost-there” production?

FEATURE: “How much does it cost?”: A Guide to Commissioning New Music in Australia

 

IN PROFILE

Jason James, artist

Jason James is a Tasmanian based artist, lighting designer, video designer, curator, and a multitude of other things. His most recent works, Angry Electrons and Crevasse, were shown at Dark MOFO Festival in Hobart.

IN PROFILE

In Profile: Nick Power
Sydney based b*boy and independent choreographer Nick Power tells us about his first full-length independent work, Cypher, which premiered in 2014 and will undertake a national and international tour in 2015.


COMING SOON:
REALTIME 128 AUG/SEPT

FEATURE: Arts Education 2015
Ideas Issues Innovations

PREVIEWS
OzAsia Festival
National Experimental Art Forum

REPORTS
Prague Quadrennial
Caroline Wake in New York
Tasmanian theatre

COLUMNS & SERIES
Dan Edwards, On the Dox
Jana Perkovic, From Belgium
Philip Brophy, Audiovision
Women+Performance: Nicola Gunn

REVIEWS
24 Frames Per Second, Carriageworks
Waterwheel’s Fluidata
Gallery 4a’s 48 Hour Incident
Totally Huge New Music Festival
Heath Franco at AEAF
Film: The Tribe
TV: Glitch


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RT & WAKEFIELD PRESS

Bodies of thought

Bodies of Thought:
12 Australian Choreographers

A GROUNDBREAKING NEW BOOK
FOR LOVERS OF AUSTRALIAN CONTEMPORARY DANCE

"...an illuminating study of Australian contemporary choreographers."
Adelaide Advertiser

"Complemented by beautiful photos and Brannigan’s insightful introduction to each chapter, this is a must-have for all dance practitioners, students and dance lovers." INDaily, Adelaide

"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

RRP: $34.95 inc GST; purchase in bookshops or at
www.wakefieldpress.com.au

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: Joseph Mitchell, Artistic Director OzAsia 2015, photo Randy Larcombe; still from video documentation of Fun Run, 2015 Ansan Arts Festival, 2013 Sydney Festival; Seoul viewed to north from the N-Seoul Tower, photo Gail Priest; Michael Dagostino, photo courtesy Campbelltown Arts Centre; Natalie Cursio, Daniel Crooks, Untitled, image courtesy Carriageworks; The Opera Scholars Australia, photo by David Ng.

RH COLUMN: Angry Electrons, Jason James, Dark MOFO 2015, photo Lucy Parakhina; Nick Power, photo Prudence Upton.

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