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CRITICAL PATH Mini Bursary recipient
18 - 20 March 2022
HAROLD PARK COMMUNITY HALL AND GLEBE TOWN HALL
A multichannel dance video work, exploring relational co-emergence, embodied dance experiences with camera for moving image and land-inspired sensitivity.
Lux and her long time collaborators are coming together in the final stage of their development and rehearsal before heading out to the central deserts to create a multichannel dance video work, exploring relational co-emergence, embodied dance experiences with camera for moving image and land-inspired sensitivity.
Director/Producer/Cinematographer: Lux EternaPerformers: Victoria Hunt, Kirsten Packham, Dr Lian Loke, Kerz Lake, Ira Ferris, Catherine McNamaraAssistant: Darinka Marun
Photo Credit: Rolling Media
1 Dalgal Wy, Forest Lodge NSW 2034
Lux Eterna is an Australian born interdisciplinary artist working across forms of contemporary drawing, dance and lens-based practice, investigating how sensitivity, imagination and embodiment may be considered as technological tools for our posthuman futures. She exhibited her last collection of drawn work in 2020 at Stanley St Gallery and is currently producing her next major dance video piece and working toward her next solo show at the Australian Embassy in D.C, USA, 2023. Lux’s portrait photographs from her Decolonising the Gaze series and video works have been selected for a group show: Inherit the Earth, opening at Harvard University Jan 2022.
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