Entanglement and Impression, Comparison, Perspective (v2)

In November 2014 we presented a new work called Entanglement and resurrected our performance model of ICP (Impression, Comparison, Perspective) for the MoveME Festival in Perth, Australia.


In Physics, ‘Entanglement’ is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which the states of two or more objects have to be described with reference to each other, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated.

Performers: Jacob Lehrer and David Corbet
Musicians: Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey

David Corbet and Jacob Lehrer are long time dance collaborators/researchers and have been creating dance together since 1997 both nationally and internationally. They are joined by Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey who are long time music/sound experimenters and collaborators and in 2012 won the national APRA-AMC Award for Excellence in Experimental Music. These two teams first worked together in 2006.

RealTime provided fairly positive review by Nerida Dickinson. We will provide some images soon and will have video available for presenters to view on request.

ICP - Photo by Gregory Lorenzutti

ICP - Photo by Gregory Lorenzutti
ICP - Photo by Gregory Lorenzutti
ICP – Photos by Gregory Lorenzutti

ICP is a performance model developed to encourage audiences to cultivate a deeper understanding of the presenting artist’s work, by presenting short performance ‘grabs’. David, Jacob, Madeleine and Tim will perform 3 short performances (of 20-30 mins each) per night. A single ticket allows entry to one, two or all 3 slots.

See them once – you get an impression.
See them twice – you have a comparison.
The third time gives you perspective.

Stay for the whole evening, or pick and choose across the shows…

The original (and underdeveloped) website for ICP is here
More soon…

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