The glØaming - Tempo Dance Festival
The glØaming is a late-hour experiment that reconstructs bodies through the horrØrfied dance of the hidden, alien, & uncanny - a speculative choreography that dreams of anonymity. This choreographic vision penetrates the unhuman terrortories of Te Pō (Darkness Perpetual), where performers & things collude in the blackening choreosphere & come-to-form. In performance, the night is conceived as a volatile substrate through which we might see, feel, imagine, differently.
The glØaming is curated by Tru Paraha and features an ensemble of works by Charles
Koroneho, Kelly Nash, Virginia Kennard, Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann, & i.e. crazy.
Presented in association with Tempo Dance Festival NZ. Kindly supported by Creative Communities, Auckland Old Folks Association, and Audio Foundation.