dance, film and sound: “Concrete Solace” at QL2

QL2 1 April 2009

Concrete Solace is “an exploration of human parallelism through dance, film and sound.

“There’s some video here.

QL2 Centre for Youth Dance, Gorman House Arts Centre Ainslie Avenue, Braddon

Concrete Solace on Facebook.

Direct from the 2009 Adelade Fringe Festival…

Concrete Solace is a work by Melbourne’s youngest dance company, Phantom Limbs, comprised of James Welsby and Amy Macpherson. Amid a miniature sized city, this edgy dance work evokes and explores themes of urban parallelism as well as macroscopic and microscopic perspective distortion. Choreographed and performed by James Welsby and Amy Macpherson. 2 performances – 2nd April and 3rd April starting at 7pm for a duration of approximately 30 minutes. All tickets $15.

Available from the door 30 minutes prior to show. Supported with a Space Grant from QL2 Centre for Youth Dance.


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