WATERWHEEL – first lab/residency about to begin!

Since the announcement of the project, responses show a real interest for the topic, the metaphor & the platform.  Exciting!  Propositions from curators, research, involvement of university students, info forwarded to scientists,etc.   We had a bit of delay in the platform development, as I came back end of the year with swine flu, and Inkahoots studio was out of service for 2 weeks because of the floods. So we will work with a very basic version of the platform, which is maybe more open at this stage for your feedback & advice on its functionalities.

We started a conversation between lab & online participants (below full list of participants), as well as interested people, on a:  Facebook group and a Blog.

The FOUNTAIN first public events (with audience online & on site in Brisbane, at the Bell Tower, level 3, Judith Wright Centre) will happen on:
March 3 & 4 @6-8pm (Qld time – find your time)
March 5 @11.30am-1.30pm (Qld time – find your time) & 5-7pm (Qld time –  find your time) ! we will post links & more info closer to the dates !

CORE TEAM: Suzon Fuks artistic director, project coordinator | Sofia Woods performer/choreographer | James Cunningham external eye & IGNEOUS representative | Felicity Organ-Moore stage/production manager | Will Davy IT & sound technician | INKAHOOTS: Mat Johnson developer, Jason Grant designer, INKAHOOTS artistic director, Bretton – designer | Brisbane LAB PARTICIPANTS: Rozina Suliman | Emma Che Martin | Nathen Street | Kimberley Bianca Warren | Kaz Gibbs | Richelle Spence | Silke Tanzt | Emmy Steiner | ONLINE PARTICIPANTS: Shannon Parsons (Toowoomba, QLD, Australia) | Elizabeth Bryce (NZ) | Vicki Smith (NZ) | Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann (NZ) | Vincent Probo (Yogyakarta, Indonesia) | Nagasamy Ramachandra (Chennai, India) | Sajani Ganapathy Murugan (Chennai, India) | Beatrice de Fays (Paris, France) | Marloeke van der Vlugt (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) | Katarina Djordevic Urosevic (Belgrade, Serbia) | Cherry Truluk (London, UK) | Hedva Eltanani (London, UK) | Ben Unterman (Vancouver, Canada) | ONLINE DOCUMENTER & CONTRIBUTOR: Francesco Buonaiuto (Naples, Italy)

This project is initiated by Suzon Fuks, an Australia Council for the Arts Fellow, in collaboration with IGNEOUS & INKAHOOTS, and assisted by Arts Queensland, Ausdance Queensland, Youth Arts Queensland, & the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Arts (Brisbane).

One Response to “WATERWHEEL – first lab/residency about to begin!”

  1. WATERWHEEL is a new online collaborative space revolving around water as a theme and metaphor, initiated by Suzon Fuks, Australia Council Fellow.
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    A skype presentation by Suzon Fuks, with preview of the TAP – 5th May 2011 at Thursday Club

    She was born in Brussels, trained in dance, theatre & music (69-76), completed her Masters in Visual Arts (‘79-‘84) and moved to Australia in 1996. Co-artistic director of Igneous, she created the multimedia projections for, and directed, most of its productions. She gives lectures and workshops in Australia & Europe integrating video with performing arts & fostering multimedia artistic collaboration. In 2008, she organised Brisbane Bridges and DIAL (Brisbane node), a streaming event connecting 5 international cities. She has made award-winning films, videos and solo performance shows, received recently a Green Room Award for Outstanding Video-Scenography in Theatre (New Form), FRAGMENTATION (videodance), internationally screened, ReelDance finalist, was nominated for an Australian Dance on Film Award. She created the film part of the Mandragore Theatre's groundbreaking show The Strange Mr Knight, which toured the world for 5 years (87-92, Adelaide Festival 1990). […]

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