Live Performance of Creative Work


CM Brown, PJ Lee, C Houghton

TBC | Published : 2010


The Owen G Glenn Building was the catalyst for some other places, a site specific performance involving a large group of dancers from the University of Auckland inhabiting the John Hood Plaza. Exploring the geometries and volumes of the building as well as its hidden stories, the choreography animated the plaza with fluid forms that the mobile audience followed, becoming increasingly entwined in the choreography. First, second and third year Dance Studies students worked over the year with Carol Brown and Pei Jung Lee to create the work in response to the building, its inhabitants and their patterns of movement. Research towards the event drew attention to the architectural gestures of the ..

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