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Access Memory

This new dance installation is an impressive kaleidoscope of sculpture, light, sound and the moving body

Premiering at Gasworks Art Park (Melbourne), this is your chance to take a sneak peek into the development of a new dance installation by regional choreographer and performer Tegan Nash Ollett.

Through the manipulation of sculptural forms, Access Memory explores the navigation of precariousness in search of stability, reflecting on personal histories and evoking universal experiences.

Impressive light states appear and shift as the sculpture and the body find balance; while the work features a live collaboration with sound artist Isadoré, whose haunting vocals and instrumentation are guided by the often unpredictable interplay between body and form.

Access Memory has been supported via residencies with Guts Dance Alice Springs, Goods Shed Arts (Castlemaine) and Lucy Guerin Inc through a studio residency at WXYZ Studios.

This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia.

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