Shapes Of Restraint, 2018 (Installation View/Excerpt)
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The Lock-Up and Catapult Dance Choreographic Hub present SHAPES OF RESTRAINT, a contemporary dance production and installation exploring collective identity. Manifesting as both performances and an installation work can be experienced in its during performance times and as a multi-space installation during The Lock-Up’s regular weekend opening hours. In January 2017, renowned choreographer and dancer Craig Bary and artist Dale Collier launched into a new collaborative project as part of the Catapult Propel choreographic residency program. Throughout the following year, the artists spoke of fear and doubt while exchanging divergent skillsets and sharing experiences in response to the concepts of identity and nationhood.This project has evolved as a performative exploration into the unique subset of tensions that exist as part of collective Australian experience. While discussions about diverse perspectives and collective value took place within the shared space of this artistic collaboration, conflicting conversations could be heard as ricochets in wider socio-political spheres. The synchronicity of these recurrent national debates has become intertwined throughout all stages of collaboration and has since continued to influence this project; within which the relationship between contemporary identity politics and art has become inseparable. Shapes of Restraint explores the sensitivities of identity politics, selfhood and nationhood through creative action, experimental performance and exchange.Craig Bary and Dale Collier returned to Catapult’s choreographic dance hub earlier this year to undertake the second stage of their Propel residency, where the project was opened-up to a multitude of perspectives. In response to the unique site and history located within The Lock Up, the artists have re-imagined the work with contributions from a number of additional artists and performers, including: Angie Diaz Bella Fairbrother Nicolas Jachno Hannah O’Neil Natasha Rogers Kassidy Waters
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