DDH is shifting landscape, where nothing is completely as it seems. A realm where three performing female bodies ambiguously riot within a balanced space formed of symbiosis between music and dance, structure and emotion, nurture and distance.
This work seeks the dance, the quiet riot, the muted shout, the unseen reverberation, the disgruntled landscape, the rising water, the evolving body, in a dissolving horizon.
The work examines the current parallels between shifting notions of what is female and the shifting landscape.
Dancers: Nikki Tarling, Isabella Stone, Bernadette Lewis
Costume and Set: Emma Fishwick
Sound Design: Emma Fishwick featuring Ennio Morricone & Hildur Gudnadottir
Presented as part of STRUT Dance Org. Short Cuts program 2017, King Street Arts Centre, WA.