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Chunky Move presents Next Move 11 featuring two new works choreographed and performed by company dancers Lauren Langlois and Joel Bray.

Nether by Lauren Langlois (247 days, Complexity of Belonging, LUCID) is an absurd vision of a future that is hurtling towards us. An exhilarating visceral labyrinth, where memory, the metahuman and technological obsessions collide. Performed by James Vu Anh Pham (An Act of Now, Depth of Field, Complexity of Belonging), Nether is a response to societal constraints where physicality is presented as the last frontier of what it means to be human.

Dharawungara by Joel Bray (Complexity of Belonging) is a collision of rituals. Following his successful work Biladurang, the audience is invited to reimagine the theatre as a ceremonial ground of light and sound, as Joel explores how to breath life into this Wiradjuri rite he has only ever read about. Naretha Williams joins Bray onstage as songwoman, and her driving beats conjure the space around us. Together they create a site of intersection between his ancestral ceremonial practice, our collective imagination and the realities of colonization.

Chunky Move’s commissioning program Next Move is dedicated to supporting the next generation of Australian creative talent. Since 2007 Chunky Move has commissioned, produced and presented 11 new works by young makers through the Next Move program, including Mermermer (2016) by Jo Lloyd with Nicola Gunn, Miss Universal (2015) by Atlanta Eke, AORTA (2013) by Stephanie Lake and Keep Everything (2012) by Anthony Hamilton.

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