21 & 27 January 2021(8:30pm)
As boundaries across cultures and practices becoming increasingly blurred, some of us embrace this liminal space and tread the Grey Lines which gives rise to new and unique forms of expressions.
Steeped in drawing ideas of Asian movement philosophy while being inspired from the contemporary space, Maya Dance Theatre (MDT) represent this embodiment of the in-between as it connects us with people and spaces around us.
In support of this unique liminal space, Maya Dance Theatre presents GREY LINES over the course of 2 weeks with eight (08) dance makers from Asia and Australia who straddle the 'in-between' space of traditions and contemporary, sharing the thought processes, philosophies and practices that inspire them to move and express.
Catch these works and hear excerpts of sharing from the artists themselves as we travel the journey to better understand what goes on in-between.
21 & 27 January 2021
Tickets for Grey Lines available here.
Beyond Borders: Understanding the In-Between
30 January 2021 (3:00pm)
Why is it relevant in today’s space for dancemaking and performing?
What are some of the sensitivities that come along with this practice of the in-between? How does it bring about connection across generations and cultures?
Join us for a dialogue session featuring dance practitioners/researchers such as Dr Joseph Gonzales, Anita Ratnam, Raghav Handa and Liz Lea with moderator Dr Caren Carino, as we unpack what it means to practice in the “in-between” and how this creates a space to reimagine what dance and performance means to us. This dialogue is intended to act as a springboard for further conversations about how we can continue pushing boundaries while nurturing sensitivity towards the dilemmas faced in the navigation of the in-between.
30 January 2021
Free of charge
Tickets for Beyond Borders available here.