Atlanta Eke’s acclaimed Body of Work (Keir Choreographic Award, 2014) sees the visceral and mechanical collide. Described as dance meets performance art, this work is both strangely familiar and radical, with its nods to science fiction and cyborg feminism. One of Australia’s most exciting new artists, Eke’s performance is commanding as she stretches the boundaries of a woman, an unfolding present and the functions of choreography, documentation and image.

Artist talk and workshop with choreographer Atlanta Eke
Friday 11 March
AC Arts.

GreenRoom members are invited to participate in this exclusive workshop and talk with artist Atlanta Eke. Learn a section of Atlanta’s choreography and hear about her approach to working across dance, visual and performance art.

Concept and Choreography Atlanta Eke
Video Projection Design Hana Miller and Jacob Perkins (Ready Steady Studio)
Music Composition Daniel Jenatsch
Lighting Design Matthew Adey

Body of Work in its short version was commissioned by Carriageworks, Dancehouse and the Keir Foundation for the Keir Choreographic Award 2014.

Presented by Vitalstatistix in association with the Adelaide Festival of Arts.

Photo: Gregory Lorenzutti

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