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WORKING WITH WINDOWS - ANNA KURODA

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This workshop is suitable for people who would like to approach dance from an internal, minimal perspective.

You will be invited to explore the choreographic concept of Anna's current work 'Window'. Trace views through windows etched in your mind from the past. See the architecture you are surrounded by at this moment. Leading with your eyes, 'seeing' then slowly drawing space increases awareness of micro changes in body and space.

 

Date: Thursday, 2 March 10am-2pm
Cost:  $40 F | $25 DH member 

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Anna Kuroda is a dancer and choreographer based in Sydney. Her movement practice focuses on sensitivity to internal and external air flow around the body, sharpness, fragility and unique rhythm. Kuroda completed a Bachelor of Movement Science at the Japan Women's College of Physical Education before continuing body work training at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, Austria. In 2016 she was one of 6 finalists for the Toyota Choreography Award, Japan and a Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Studios Switch resident for her new work development Kanji. Kuroda has worked with Nibroll, Ong Keng Sen, KENTARO!!, Maki Tabata, Ko Murobushi, Choy Ka Fai, Phillip Adams, Brook Andrew and Charemaine Seet. In 2010 she began collaborating with David Kirkpatrick (sound and multimedia artist) as Murasaki Penguin. Their work crosses cultures and the boundaries of dance, sound and video, with a focus on interactivity and live performance.

 

Asia TOPA is a joint initiative of the Sidney Myer Fund and Arts Centre Melbourne and is supported by the Australian and Victorian Governments.

Photo credit: Bozzo