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#167 Antony Hamilton

Antony Hamilton (Australia)
Token Armies, 2019

Chunky Moves, Melbourne

Dance expanded.
Humans. Horse. Dog. Flowers. Props. Sounds. Lights. Ponchos. Audience.

Inspiring overriding of disciplinary boundaries.
Inspiring expansion of “what a dance (performance) could be”.
Inspiring volume of the space where there is no optimal vantage point from where you could see it all all the time – which ties into my current project on perspective.

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#163 Nick Cave

Nick Cave (b. 1959, USA)
Soundsuit, 2012

I’ve been looking for more interesting ways to present my sound pieces, the last one ending up in crochet. That kind of makes connection to Cave’s soundsuits – body-related objects referencing sound.

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#134 Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen (b. 1969, UK – d. 2010)

I don’t know yet how this is relevant. But it could be.

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#125 Rebecca Horn

Rebecca Horn (b. 1944, Germany)
Bleistiftmaske, 1972

Among other things I am always curious about new ways to channel body movements into artsy kind of stuff

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#124 Catherine Sylvain

Catherine Sylvain (b. 1976, Canada)
Femme-Chute II ou La demeure, 2001

Transgression of borders and categories – conceptually and physically..

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#123 Becky Stern

Becky Stern (b. 1985, USA)
Laptop Compubody Sock, 2008

Well…

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#122 Marepe

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Marepe (b. 1970, Brasil)
Cabeça Acústica

Sculpture – wearable – acoustic device – communication interface – connection between bodies – …

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#097 Lucy McRae

Lucy McRae (b. 1979, UK)
Bart Hess (b. 1984, Netherlands)
Star gazing, 2007

NGV Australia, visited on 10/09/2019
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#088 Liv Boyle

Liv Boyle (b. New Zealand)
Eyes, 2019

RMIT Spare Room, visited 29/08/2019
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#069 Conversation Piece

Beatrice Brovia (b. 1985, Italy)
Nicolas Cheng (b. 1982, Hong Kong)

MasterMakers @ RMIT Gallery, visited 12/09/2019

Cool piece of now-thinkable contemporary fossils…
But also those omnipresent camera eyes… where are you being watched from right now?

Limited relevance to my current projects other than that lingering thought about different perspectives and endless viewing points – which is quite central to one of my ongoing processes.