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The structured text is from Athey’s memoirs; set in the period of his evangelical childhood and specifically,
In his previous performance works, Athey explored automatism in ecstatic voice (glossalalia), movement (walking meditation, channeled movement articulations) and writing, but always the engine rather than the event. This series started as a scene in the operatic duodrama “The Judas Cradle”, in collaboration with soprano/musicologist Juliana Snapper.
Athey’s inspiration for this performance stems from a profound interest in the family and friends of automatic
Please note this event is only available to the students of the MA in Choreography and the BA in Dance (Year 3)
Ron Athey will also give a lecture presentation about his work and his new book. This lecture is open to everyone. Please read more information here
For more information on Ron Athey’s work please visit his website at www.ronathey.com