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a collaborative team who create visually stunning performance work that
seamlessly blend dance, visual installation, light and visual metaphor

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> New sound performance installation work BITTERSWEET SOLO being developed for a 2016 premiere

> UNSETTLED series of new installation performance works - one on one performnaces created in major performing arts venues and independent performance spaces throughout Brisbane.

> The Voyeur nominated for outstanding achievement in independent dance

The vibrancy of Australia's independent dance scene was evident, with the shortlisting of three first-time nominees in the ‘Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance’ category – Luke George, Martin del Amo, and Sue Peacock, alongside previous award winner Clare Dyson.

> new article published for World Dance Alliance conference. Text version here

> company awarded an National Dance Project grant to develop the voyeur with Diverseworks in the US. Work premiered in Brisbane in November 2009 and SOLD OUT season in Houston, Texas in January 2010.

> the flâneuse - a botanist of the sidewalk project in paris

> clare awarded the Cité Internationale des Arts Residency in Paris from the Australia Council from April-August 08

> spotlighted artists at the Australia Council's APAM 08 in Adelaide

> 'being there' performed at the JWCOCA in brisbane from 13-15 december 2007

> featured artists at the Australia Council's 'Dance Down Under' program at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters' Conference 08 in New York


> clare to create a new work 'being there' in berlin at Tanzfabrik in berlin july-august 2007

> 'churchill's black dog' won Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance at the Australian Dance Awards 2006

> featured artists at the Australia Council's 'Dance Down Under' program at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters' Conference 07 in New York where mark represented the company

> 'absences' performed a disused building in brisbane in february 2007 - sold out season

> clare created the new work 'medeleven' for the Link Dance Company in aug-sep 2006

> 'churchill's black dog' at the Brisbane Festival in july 2006 received rave reviews from critics and audience

> clare attended the 2006 Djerassi Arts Program in the US to create a new solo dance 'asche box'

 

 








 


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