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Hannah Brontë

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu — 3 July, 2020

This piece is the first in a five-part series of responses for BLEED—an online biennial festival from Arts House and Campbelltown Arts Centre. This poem was written in response to Hannah Brontë’s ‘mi$$-Eupnea’ (2020), which you can view here.        Press  esc  to exit full screen   ”  shift  to face ”  delete  to dive ”  caps lock  to grow ”  return  to open…

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Amrita Hepi

By Jazz Money — 17 April, 2020

This piece is one of two articles commissioned in response to the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award, a national biennial award dedicated to innovative, experimental and cross-artform practices in contemporary dance. Both authors attended Claudia La Rocco’s writing workshop, where they were asked to consider how language lives in time and space—on the stage, the page,…

A Review in Five Parts:

Keir Choreographic Award

By Alexandra McCallum — 17 April, 2020

This piece is one of two articles commissioned in response to the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award, a national biennial award dedicated to innovative, experimental and cross-artform practices in contemporary dance. Both authors attended Claudia La Rocco’s writing workshop, where they were asked to consider how language lives in time and space—on the stage, the page,…

John Mawurndjul:

I am the old and the new

By Susie Anderson — 20 September, 2018

two ways at Maningrida they never stopped climbing trees found a way to keep mardayin ceremony but some were taken too unscroll bark canvas work with fire smell thick in air on walls Ngalyod rainbow serpent bodies coiled together power in its bones these words are better poetry all I know is only written but…