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Dark Points - DIE ANGLE and Tempo Dance Festival

10 Jun 2020 to 14 Jun 2020
Begins at 1pm on 10 June
Dark Points is an experimental dance film, from the live performance work by DIE ANGLE, premiered as part of Tempo Dance Festival 2020.
Event type: 
Dance
Price: 
Koha
Venue: 
Tempo Dance Festival Website
Region: 
Overseas, National, Auckland

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Adapted from the live production performed in a Melbourne basement. Featuring ten dancers and shot on 16mm film, Dark Points, made in collaboration with production company HiBall, explores the fragmentary nature of perception and our body's imprint on a disintegrating environment through a crumbling, cold, desperate choreographic and sonic landscape.

A HiBall vs DIE ANGLE Production

Choreographer - Thalia Livingstone

Associate Choreographer - Alexandra Dobson

Composers - Mitchell MacKintosh, Thomas Schmocker

Producer (live performance season) - Thomas Backhaus

Set Design - Daniel Kotsimbos

Costume Design - Aislinn Naughton

Director of Photography - Joey Knoxey

Dancers: Phaedra Brown, Alexandra Dobson, Madeleine Bowman, Luke Fryer, Summer Penney, Nikki Tarling, Ruby Tuesday, Jaslyn Setiadji, Emily Laursen, Eloise Wright

Hero Image: Celeste De Clario - Dark Points Opening

 

Special Thanks: Mycelium Studios, Australian Cultural Fund, Melbourne University Theatre Board, Creative Arts University Of Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Kodak Australia, John ‘Scooter’ Byrne, Xanthe Beesley, Omer Haber

DIE ANGLE work with artists across disciplines to create experimental live performance and film. Their art drips with dark undertones, engaging the fragmentary nature of perception and its complicity in dialogues between disintegrating sonic, visual and kinetic spaces. DIE ANGLE’s collective background includes choreography, film composition, installation, architecture and design. Together they navigate lightless spaces, engaging multiple communities with their cross-discipline work. DIE ANGLE create riveting, disruptive collaborative outcomes.