Review: Transfigured Night – a bold collaborative programme that doesn’t always cohere

Naomi van den Broek reviews Chamber Music New Zealand's production Transfigured Night, a collaboration between BalletCollective Aotearoa and the New Zealand String Quartet. The performance was presented on Saturday 20 March in The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts Pīpīwharauroa: Kui-kui whitiwhiti ora, Ōtautahi Christchurch. For this programme, presented by Chamber Music New Zealand,… Continue reading Review: Transfigured Night – a bold collaborative programme that doesn’t always cohere

Headless Women and the politics of being seen

The performance research project Headless Women asks: what are the politics of being seen? How do women find a place to exist in a world that asks them to be, on one hand, hypervisible and objectified, and on the other, silenced and invisible? Can dance and movement offer us a different way of speaking, when… Continue reading Headless Women and the politics of being seen