Double Bill in the LMFF Cultural Program
And All Things Return To Nature Tomorrow is an immersive dance and surround sound performance from Phillip Adams BalletLab in collaboration with fashion designer Susan Dimasi (Materialbyproduct) as part of the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.
Choreographers Brooke Stamp and Phillip Adams construct a beautiful work where time is elastic. The performance is driven by sublime, generative sound compsosed by Garth Paine, to explore utopia, vibrational energy, parallel dimensions and alien abduction. In Stamp's And All Things Return To Nature, performers Deanne Butterworth, Matthew Day, Rennie McDougall and Stamp wear Dimasi's couture garments, to test the consequences of dance, sweat, and tear as triggers for the transformatino and evolution of a garment. For Tomorrow, Adams collaborates with architect Matthew Bird to create the ultimate abduction experience.
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