ZeroZero and Hipbones Sticking Out and in Melbourne Festival
ZeroZero at Dance TerritoriesTHE SACRED AND THE PROFANE – RITUALS OF NOW Tue 14 & Wed 15 Oct 2014 @DANCEHOUSE
Two programs pair works by local and international choreographers in a charged collision of dance, highlighting different approaches to similar subject matter.
‘The Sacred and the Profane’ sees Tony Yap and Yumi Umiumare perform their exploration of nothingness, Zero, Zero, alongside a playful work by Nicole Mossoux and Patrick Bonté (Compagnie Mossoux-Bonté) featuring three obsessive coffee drinkers.
Yumi is in the Hipbones Sticking Out
Fri 17 – Tue 21 Oct 2014 @ Arts Center Melbourne Playhouse
When 16-year-old Yindjibarndi man John Pat died in a Roebourne lockup in 1983, it was more than a singular tragedy – it was part of a longer story, one that for 150 years had denied Indigenous people in the Pilbara the power to speak.
Hipbone Sticking Out takes us on a dreamlike journey through history: from Greco-Roman myths, tall ships, terra nullius, pearlers, pastoralists, slavery and exotic minerals to the lives of the Pat family in Roebourne – the here and now.