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Redshift By James Batchelor

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Wed 29 Nov 2017, 7:30pm–8:30pm
Thu 30 Nov 2017, 7:30pm–8:30pm
Fri 1 Dec 2017, 7:30pm–8:30pm
Sat 2 Dec 2017, 3:00pm–4:00pm
Sun 3 Dec 2017, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Chunky Move, 111 Sturt St., Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $35.00
  • Concession: $30.00
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What drives us as humans to explore the unknown from the deep ocean, to deep space? What is the physical encounter with the unknown? How do we recognise it? How do we capture it?

The unknown is a mysterious and romantic place for choreographer James Batchelor. In this new work, he stretches time and space—a shift in awareness from the very large to the very small; to some surprising places, both surreal and humorous.

Continuing his collaboration with visual artist, Annalise Rees and sound designer Morgan Hickinbotham—Redshift explores the encounter of the body with the universe and the process of mapping it.

Direction & Choreography: James Batchelor; Performers: James Batchelor, Amber McCartney, Jacqueline Trapp, Jack Riley; Visual Design: Annalise Rees; Composition: Morgan Hickinbotham; Lighting Design: Matthew Adey (House of Vnholy).

Science has long held a fascination for Batchelor. In 2016 he joined a team of 60 scientists, students, artists and ship’s crew on an expedition to the sub-Antarctic Heard and McDonald Islands. It was this experience that has led him to create this new full-length work.

‘Floating on the ocean’s surface in one of the most isolated places on Earth, science and art processes converged with surprising synergies. On a constantly moving platform, simply searching for stillness and stability was a task in itself. It was a relentless project, for two months at sea; it demanded extreme patience and flexibility to meet the myriad of challenges that exist in such harsh environments. The isolation, confinement and repetitiveness of our daily experience prompted a profoundly unique approach to space and time. From this unfamiliarity, I developed a particular sensitivity to the body’, says James Batchelor.

Chunky Move’s Next Move program is supported by Daniel Besen.