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Digital live performance Dream Cellscapes is being presented as a publication, featuring reflections and visual remnants from the performances.
4 - 6pm
Dream Cellscapes was presented at Cement Fondu in 2021 and supported by Critical Path's 2021 Research Residency. Taking the spreadsheet as the choreographic field, performers move across IRL and online embodiments, activating the many ways digital space meets bodies. Corrupting office software for their fantasy, Dream Cellscapes looks at digital embodiment and the porousness of desire. In 2D form, the book features reflections from collaborators and visual remnants from performances.
Created by: Alice Weber
Performed by: Wendy Yu, Juliet Saito and Ella Watson-Heath
Sound: Megan Alice Clune
Photo Credit: Alia Ardon
1C New Beach Rd, Darling Point NSW 2027
Alice Weber is a dance artist working with choreography, performance and discursive outputs. Using and misusing her various training backgrounds across ballet, somatic practice and critical dance studies, Alice’s work considers contemporary embodiments and intimacies, through questions of agency and desire.
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