FAULT LINES /
MIKAYLA NANGLE, JACK TUCKERMAN & HAMZAH MAS
7PM, 25th November – 26th November, 2022
Catapult Dance Choreographic Residents Mikayla Nangle and The Lock-Up’s Artist in Residence, Jack Tuckerman, will collaborate with composer Hamzah Mas for an immersive dance performance. The Yard will be transformed into a post-apocalyptic landscape in the creation of FAULT LINES.
7PM DRINKS AND AFTER-HOURS EXHIBITION VIEWING
7.30PM PERFORMANCE BEGINS
FRIDAY 25 AND SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2022
FAULT LINES is a new dance work performed and choreographed by Catapult Dance Choreographic Hub’s Propel Choreographic Residents Mikayla Nangle, The Lock-Up’s Artist in Residence, Jack Tuckerman and composer Hamzah Mas.
This new collaborative project is situated within a post-apocalyptic landscape, barren of most signs of life. The work explores the speculative consequence of humanity’s self-interest, it’s greed and impending climate catastrophe.
FAULT LINES reveals the interplay between the chaos and the fight for survival, as the journey of those who remain unfolds within a fading existence.
There will be a short Q&A session with the artists after the performance.
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ABOUT CATAPULT DANCE PROPEL RESIDENCY
Catapult’s Propel Choreographic Residencies foster experimentation, and artistic interchange, creating a platform for research, practice, and performance. Artists are provided 3-week residencies to develop and produce experimental multi-disciplinary dance works with studio time, wages, mentoring, administration, marketing and production support provided. The conclusion of each residency sees showings and performances in alternate settings creating innovative, experimental and collaborative choreographic and multi-disciplinary arts practice.
Supported by Catapult Dance Choreographic Hub, Create NSW and the Australia Council for the Arts.
ABOUT THE LOCK-UP ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
The Lock-Up’s Artist in Residence program provides artists with new audience possibilities by expanding their practice through exhibitions, public programs and performance opportunities.
Residencies are between 2 – 12 weeks and includes onsite accommodation to provide a space for experimental and innovative arts practices.