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James Batchelor, Escape to the infinite
METASYSTEMS
Australia- 2014 - 20 minutes

Saturday 26th of  September - 3.30pm
Open session
Parvis - La Briqueterie

“METASYSTEMS” is an extraordinarily interesting and ultimately beautiful work which will reward further viewing. It is notable for its originality and complexity, and as an exciting demonstration of the maturation of Batchelor’s ability to present complex ideas in accessible dance form.” - Bill Stephens, City News

METASYSTEMS is a series of live installations by James Batchelor and collaborators.

METASYSTEMS analyses our human interactions with the environment from the individual to the universal. Sourcing inspiration from high-rise construction sites in Melbourne’s Hoddle grid, METASYSTEMS is an observation of the rapidly evolving landscape we inhabit. Through the documentation and translation of the processes taking place at the construction site, METASYSTEMS is a subtle yet detailed choreography of linear and rhythmic constructions, an assemblage of concrete with the human body. This physically demanding and rhythmically hypnotic work creates the awareness of a world in flux, a space that is simultaneously being constructed and deconstructed.

 

 Presented in partnership with Dancehouse Australia

  Petit-format-Dansehouse 

 
and with the support of  Keir Foundation

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James Batchelor is a performer, choreographer and installation artist from Canberra now based in Melbourne. His choreographic practice hybridises performance and visual arts to create dynamic and multisensory environments. As a performer, he has worked with choreographers such as Sue Healey (Inevitable Scenarios, Sydney Opera House and Artshouse), Antony Hamilton (Black Project 2, Dance Massive) and Stephanie Lake (Aorta, Chunky Move).

His dance and media installation Ersatz was developed and presented across residencies in Australia, France, Thailand and the United Kingdom in collaboration with dance, environmental sculpture, digital animation and sound artists and presented at the Canberra Museum and Gallery, Blindside Gallery, Revolt Artspace, PAVE Festival. He was the 2014 Dancehouse Housemate – artist in residence, where he created and presented Island a live dance architectural installation. In spite of his young age, James has toured his works extensively, has created several works for the youth dance company Quantum Leap and is the recipient of many grants and awards

 

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Distribution
Choreography  James Batchelor
Artist Madeline Beckett
Interpretation  James Batchlor, Madeline Beckett,
Amber McCartney

Architect Anna Tweedale 

Photo © Gregory Lorenzutti

 

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