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CRITICAL PATH Mini Bursary recipient
GLEBE TOWN HALL
A new exploration, using dance choreography, live drawing and live music.
Celebrating the body as a powerfully expressive artistic vehicle, choreographer Rakini Devi and cellist Liberty embark on a new exploration, using dance choreography, live drawing and live music. The work is inspired by the concept of inhabiting spaces and the metaphor for the erasure of women through misogynist atrocities.
Rakini and Liberty embark on a new collaborative work following their 2021 performance for Inhabiting Erasures at Articulate. Working between the South Coast and Sydney, they invite you to a durational sharing of their work in progress at Glebe Town Hall. They will play four 30 -min segments between 2 and 4 pm with 5 min breaks.
Choreographer/Performer: Rakini DeviCellist/Performer: Liberty
Photo Credit: Dean Walsh, Rakini Devi and Liberty, Inhabiting Erasures, Articulate Gallery 2021
160 St Johns Rd, Glebe NSW 2037
"Rakini Devi (Choreographer, performance artist, visual artist) and Liberty, Musician and composer are both established artists based in Sydney and NSW South Coast. We performed together for my Inhabiting Erasures Exhibition in 2021 that was included in March Dance 2021 programming."
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