Join dance artists Josie Archer and Kosta Bogoievski as they present ARC, a movement response to ‘Drawing Room’ by Aaron Paterson, Sarosh Mulla and Marian Macken. ARC refers directly to the repetitive motion of ‘Drawing Machine’, which paces our Ō Papa Mair Gallery floor. Archer and Bogoievski, in costumes designed by Steven Junil Park, will be conducted by the mechanical arm as they perform an orchestrated improvisation in cyclic rhythm with the machine.
Thursday 28 January
Performance begins at 8pm and runs for 1 hour, doors open at 7:30pm
Free! Koha on entry is appreciated
Ōtautahi-based dance artists, Josie Archer and Kosta Bogoievski, have been collaborating since 2015 with their first work Josie and Kosta’s dance show.
“The movement is stunningly beautiful and the choreography is clever.” Arts Laureate val smith.
Other projects include: New Dance Group, Dances with Aldous, Dance Danced Dancing, and Pedestrian Guiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidance. They have presented in Performance Art Week Aotearoa, Festival of Transitional Architecture, NZ Fringe Festival, Auckland Fringe Festival, Tempo Dance Festival, The Performance Arcade, and Asia Tree New Wave Festival (Seoul). They have been artists in residence at SpaceVac in Seoul, South Korea, Healing Hills Art collective in Morni Hills, India, and The Physics Room in Ōtautahi, Aotearoa.
They frequently perform improvisational dance structured around a compositional score. Within the scope, they bring with them the experience of various contemporary dance practices to deliver a sophisticated spectacle of movement.
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