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Bonnie Curtis Projects are creating a daring, bold and provocative work about the experiences of Australian women.
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Bonnie Curtis Projects are creating a daring, bold and provocative work about the experiences of Australian women. In a sequel of their award-winning seminal work GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, this yet-to-be-named work explores the impacts of social media on body image, and the objectification of women through a post #MeToo lens.
Bonnie Curtis Projects invites audiences to join the conversation firsthand as they experience the creative process. BCP will share their inspirations, thoughts and ideas alongside chosen moments from their upcoming work.
Collaborators: Courtney Allerton, Saskia Ellis, Kate Garrett, Tina Moss, Maeve Nolan, Kara Peake, Reina Takeuchi and Steph Wyburn.
The project is supported by Annandale Creative Arts Centre, March Dance and The City of Sydney.
Photo credit: David Bonnell
34/40 Burton St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
“Building a reputation as one of the most provocative, forward-thinking dance companies, Bonnie Curtis Projects creates gutsy, insightful works of performance art.”
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