WAY OUT dance

Friday 3rd October 1pm The Post Car Park
Saturday 4th October 3:15pm The Post Car Park

immersive promenade dance event activating the concrete landscape

Way Out Dance (at Alaksa)

Created and Performed by Anya McKee, Gemma Dawkins, Jessie Hoeschle, Tanya Voges, Rosslyn Wythes, Cement Hill, Djuna Lee.

Anya McKeeb: WAAPA BA Arts (Dance) Honours graduate, Anya has worked as a dancer with Kate Champion’s Force Majeure for Culminate and Game of Seven (2012 & 2013), Sam Chester’s Safety in Numbers (2012–14), and Kohzensha Butoh Company’s Artistic Director Yukio Waguri (2014).

Gemma Dawkins is a founding member of MakeShift Dance Collective and a Sydney-based dance artist who makes messes and metaphors. She is a graduate of QUT and WAAPA and has worked across Brisbane, Sydney and Perth in various independent projects as a performer and choreographer.

Jessie Hoeschle is an independent dancer who trained at Adelaide College of the Arts and has performed within several independent works in Adelaide, Perth and Sydney. She is also interested in choreography; which has been demonstrated within her self devised solos, She Ain’t Heavy, and The Forecast.

Tanya Voges is a choreographer and performer interested in dance theatre works that are inclusive, immersive and expand the theatrical space with a focus on audience engagement. www.tanya.voges.net

Rosslyn Wythes is a body absorbed in dance. Obsessed with repetition, dynamics, shifting bones and peculiar rhythms, she is inspired to perform and create contemporary dance work. She brings together dancers and collaborator from other mediums to inhabit traditional and non-traditional performance spaces.

Cement Hill is an experimental soundscape project by solo artist Craig from Adelaide. Having previously performed minimalist instrumental guitar music around Australia under the guise of Swan Districts, Cement Hill is an explorative exercise in reinterpreting the narrative of existing audio sources for the performance space. cementhill.tumblr.com

Djuna Lee is a Melbourne based bassist and composer graduated from WAPPA, 2012 (Honours) She has played at Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland), World Expo (Shanghai), performed alongside Don Burrows, James Morrison, Katie Noonan, American saxophonist George Garzone and James Brown’s musical director and trombonist, Fred Wesley.

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