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Jude Walton with Phoebe Robinson

Physical spatial practice (h) and (i)

“The mechanism of rehearsal proposes a nonconsecutive chronological structure. No conclusion is necessarily reached, but nor is the rehearsal a rigidly sequential process. Instead the performers, and we as the audience, can go back and forth in time, starting and stopping and beginning again.” – Francis Alys in Politics of Rehearsal

Part one: physical spatial practice (h): dancing in the kitchen at 135 Union Street – consists of Phoebe Robinson and Jude Walton making and rehearsing movement material in response to the interior architecture and domestic setting of the kitchen between 1 – 5pm Sunday 29 March.

Part two: physical spatial practice (i): dancing in the garden at 135 Union Street – consists of Phoebe Robinson and Jude Walton transferring and rehearsing the movement material made in the kitchen to the backyard between 1 – 5pm on Sunday 5 April.

People are invited to observe the activity at any time between 1 – 5pm on either or both Sunday 29 March and Sunday 5 April for as long as they wish.