Posts By: Fiona Bryant

An interview with Rose Lawson

An interview with Rose Lawson about her new artistic project, There’s Something in my Shoes with choreographer Fiona Bryant. How did this project with Fiona come about? I come across Fiona work when she did a dance performance at the university with a friend of hers Mitch. I was very inspired by their show so… Read more »

Jamboree for One (Lecture)

I have titled this lecture: Choreographing the Choreography: a performance installation engaging ordinary objects toward the illumination of (extra)ordinary, extant choreography. This project is about offering an intimate encounter with my ongoing investigations into the ignition and handling of embodied history in the making and performing of dances. Extending from the premise that the choreographers’… Read more »

Helmet Head Update

Following on from my previous post, I have now harnessed the Go Pro camera to my chest. This as I anticipated, offers quite a different perspective and quality to wearing the camera on a helmet atop my head. So what am I noticing so far? It reminds me of a project I began in Finland… Read more »

Helmet Head

Recently I have been dancing with a Go Pro camera on my head. This perhaps sounds rather strange and indeed the appearance of me doing so is… odd. I should add that the camera on my head is sitting atop a horse riding helmet (I purchased on eBay from China) and as with all kinds… Read more »

Intermission

Reflections on Maria Hassabi’s Intermission I recently finished performing in the Australian premiere of New York performance artist Maria Hassabi’s hypnotizing Intermission at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne. Intermission was first performed at the combined Cypriot/Lithuanian Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale, and is an entirely choreographed installation of slow, sustained and… Read more »

Recovery

Recovery 2-9 December 2014
, The Substation Direction / Choreography / performance: Nat Cursio + Shannon Bott | Direction / Choreography: Simon Ellis | Light: Ben Cobham – Bluebottle | Sound: Byron Scullin Contributors to research phases: Pete Brundle, Fiona Bryant, Benjamin Cisterne, Paula Levis, Vanessa Chapple The other evening I attended a performance, Recovery. In the words of its’ creators Nat… Read more »