An intimate salón for lovers of flamenco. Experimental contemporary-flamenco performance.
Adventurous, daring, solo works connecting with the pulse of what’s piping-hot in Europe right now. The artists share a philosophy of practice in this first of-its-kind platform for Australia.
Moving away from tradition they play with sound, movement, gender and concepts that concern them as Australians practising far from the mothership of Spain. Flamenco informs each artist’s individuality within (or without) a community forging new terrain in this largely traditional field for wider contemporary relevance.
Stay for an artist’s talk and vintage film “El Flamenco” exclusive to this inaugural event kindly donated by Centro Andaluz de Documentación del Flamenco.
Tomas Arroquero (VIC) explores the ongoing, lived and practical process of renegotiating flamenco's defining characteristics.
Maree Laffan (WA) trained in modern dance and photography, passionately integrating art forms and broaden her artistic vocabulary.
Lisa Maris McDonell (NSW) has a multi-faceted practice, which includes performance, choreography, video, sound, Flamenco, and therapeutic arts.
Annalouise Paul (NSW) creates choreographic works that explore identity and transformation through the intersections of traditional and contemporary forms.
Friday April 26 2019 The Flying Nun at East Sydney Community Arts Centre
Sunday April 28 2019 IRONFest Lithgow
Concept + Production | Annalouise Paul
Lighting Design | Roderick van Gelder
Cast | Tomas Arroquero, Maree Laffan, Lisa Maris McDonell, Annalouise Paul
Duration | 120 minutes including short film and interval.
Film I Centro Andaluz de Documentación del Flamenco