Bonnie Curtis “Tripelpunkt” (c) Laurence Morassut [Tripelpunkt 2018]

Tripelpunkt is a triple bill of dance works featuring a revamped GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, Is This Making Scents? choreographed by Kara Peake and Vogelsang, a brand new work by Bonnie Curtis Projects.

Is This Making Scents? Choreographed by Kara Peake, is an exploration into the effects that scent can have on the mind and body. By stimulating our olfactory senses, we are able to discover how certain smells influence our mood, memories and the way in which we move. How could bringing an awareness to our sense of smell, enhance not only our sensory experiences but contribute to a fuller life experience? The dancers will indulge their own senses and lure their audience into a state of heightened scent-sual awareness.

Vogelsang, created by Bonnie Curtis.
How do females connect/disconnect with their bodies, other bodies and the space around them? How does the process of decay lead to the destruction and transformation of this connection/disconnection? Inspired by the process of radioactive decay and transmutation, Vogelsang explores how relationships between bodies and space form, evolve, disintegrate and transform before our eyes, never to be seen again.

GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS explores the experiences of modern Australian women, parading their deepest, darkest thoughts and insecurities on stage. While giving a personal and intimate experience, the lines between audience and performer are blurred. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS is hilarious, clichéd and deeply moving. It is an unconventional work that pushes the boundaries of our society.

Choreographed by Bonnie Curtis in collaboration with her cast.

Bonnie Curtis Projects is Bonnie Curtis, Ina Margrethe Borch, Kate Garrett, Bernadett Lorincz, Anna McCulla, Bae McKibbin, Sara Moad, Kara Peake, Jessie Rochford-Barber & Steph Wyburn.

Guest Artists:
Miriam Giles & Kristy Maskell.

Music Credits:
Melinda Penna

Tripelpunkt premiered at the Annandale Creative Arts Centre last Feb 2, 2018.

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