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triptych, 2008


Victoria Hunt, Triptych, De Quincey Co Victoria Hunt, Triptych, De Quincey Co
photo Mayu Kanamori
Triptych examines three elements—air, electricity and water.

Through dance, sonic and visual structures, framed by three large-scale video screens which envelop the audience, the piece explores the elements as fundamental modes of physicality and being in the world. This in turn reflects the contemporary and ancient spectrum of human experience spanning war and peace; the survival of species.

Linda Luke, Triptych, De Quincey Co Linda Luke, Triptych, De Quincey Co
photo Mayu Kanamori
Triptych invites audiences into an immersive multi-dimensional, 'holographic' matrix of body and space. Breaking open the simple, it explores the nature of perception and relationship. It generates a tactile and richly sensorial world, an environment which touches the nonverbal, sensual knowing. (Text courtesy of De Quincey Co.)

credits: performers Peter Fraser, Victoria Hunt, Linda Luke, Lizzie Thomson, sound Chris Abraham, video and visuals Sam James, lighting Travis Hodgson, choreography, direction Tess de Quincey

performances: Performance Space, Sydney, November 2008

Peter Fraser, Triptych, De Quincey Co Peter Fraser, Triptych, De Quincey Co
photo Mayu Kanamori
reviews/articles - realtime

ecstasy and other states
keith gallasch, realtime 88, december-january 2008

other

blissfully in their element
deborah jones, the australian, november 10, 2008

triptych
kevin jackson, kevin jackson’s theatre reviews, november 10, 2008

a team effort in creativity
jill sykes, november 11, 2008

Peter Fraser, Triptych, De Quincey Co Peter Fraser, Triptych, De Quincey Co
photo Mayu Kanamori
triptych
jana perkovic, guerrilla semiotics, november 19, 2008

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