Feminism Has No Borders
Feminism Has No Borders is a beautiful series of short films that sees local and international dance artists partner up in a virtual choreographic collaboration.
In this time of global pandemic, so much has gone virtual – even art. This meditative and mesmerising series takes a uniquely fresh approach to dance on film. Created by four pairs of female choreographers in different locations and brought together by Emma Fishwick and Sally Richardson, these films are gentle yet powerful explorations of feminism and landscape.
When you’re not able to travel across the country, let alone around the world and when you can’t be in a studio, creating work face to face with your colleagues, international collaboration is still possible. This series of short dance pieces created by artists in their own spaces in different cities around the world explores place, ways of creating and ways of being. It allows these artists to share an aspect of their lives, feelings and artistry in new ways. Feminism Has No Borders offers fresh insight into the possibilities of form and the presentation of ideas in new and unexpected ways.
Co-creatorsSally Richardson (Aus/Perth) & Emma Fishwick (Aus/Perth)EditorEmma Fishwick (Aus/Perth)
Choreographer & Performers working in partnership:
Sam Chester (Aus/Perth) & Isabel Sanchez (Spain, Madrid)
Natalie Allen (Aus/Perth) & Keren Rosenberg (The Netherlands/Amsterdam)
Daisy Sanders (Aus/Perth) & Aki Iwamoto (Luxembourg/Japan)
Yilin Kong (Aus/Melbourne) & Hsiao Tzu-Tien (Taiwan/Taipei)
Pilar Mata Dupont (The Netherlands/Amsterdam)
|Time & Location||
Tue 23 - Sat 27 Feb
Tue - Sat 5 - 10pm
20mins Film shown on continuous loop
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Discover more about the show and its creation in the event program. Download it here.
- Yilin Kong - Emma Fishwick, Melbourne lock down 2020, screen shot