Australian choreographer Rosalind Crisp both dances and talks in this presentation about her practice of choreographic improvisation and the evolution of her work from The d a n s e project (2005-2015) to The Boom Project (Melbourne 2015). Over 30 years she has created a substantial body of original dance work and a method to transmit her practice; here, she reveals more about her artistic process and how she sustains and transforms it over time.
undoing the hegemony of embodied history
an unfinished dance by a saturated body
an ongoing practice exposed…
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This talk and performance was part of WinLab 2016 and Crossing Borders 2016, presented in partnership with London Contemporary Dance School.
Rosalind Crisp is one of Australia’s established dance artists. Over 30 years she has created a substantial body of original work and a method for choreographic improvisation. She holds a Masters by Research from the University of Western Sydney, is an honorary fellow of the University of Melbourne and a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres. From 2004 to 2012 she was the choreographic associate of the Atelier de Paris-Carolyn Carlson in Paris. She is an honorary fellow of the University of Melbourne-VCA. She tours extensively throughout Europe performing her solo and company works, teaching and creating works for other companies and universities. The foundation of her work is her ongoing studio research practice.
Adapted from bio written in 2016.