Dance interrogations

Reid, Dianne 2012, Dance interrogations, in Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2012: Edinburgh, UK), Sweet Venues at the Grassmarket, 13–19 Aug. 2012.

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Performance name Dance interrogations
Creator(s) Reid, Dianne
Contributor(s) Day, Stuart
Treacey, Francis
Year presented/published 2012
Publisher Hipsync
Place of publication Edinburgh, Scotland
Event name Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2012: Edinburgh, UK)
Performance venue Sweet Venues at the Grassmarket
Performance dates 13–19 Aug. 2012
Description of performance 1 dance project : 6 performances ; 30 mins. ea
Summary A site-specific solo dance work created and performed by Dianne Reid. The work interacts directly with the audience who must move in and around the dance action in intimate and non-traditional performance locations. The dancer creates the performance in real-time, improvising her movement and text in response to the location and the particular audience members she encounters there. The work also incorporates projected video imagery using the skin as projection screen, and a unique soundscape is created for each performance drawn from the music and effects library of SA composer Stuart Day.
Keyword(s) dance
Language eng
Field of Research 190403 Dance
Socio Economic Objective 950105 The Performing Arts (incl. Theatre and Dance)
HERDC Research category J1.1 Major original creative work
ERA Research output type JL3 Live performance - Dance
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Document type: Performance
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
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