HOW HOW CHOREOGRAPHY WORKS (2016) 30 minutes
BETWEEN SHELLEY LASICA, JO LLOYD, DEANNE BUTTERWORTH
HOW HOW CHOREOGRAPHY WORKS is a further iteration of How Choreography Works (2015). It continues the discussion of making a live work that exists between three people through time, ostensibly performed by Shelley Lasica.
Presented in 2015 at West Space, Melbourne, How Choreography Works, (Shelley Lasica, Deanne Butterworth and Jo Lloyd), took place over six weeks and included current and archival performance, both onscreen and live, existing between bodies and objects.
This new version took place in the central court of the Art Gallery of New South Wales for the
Choreography and the Gallery program of events during 20th Biennale of Sydney.
Choreography and the Gallery, curated by Erin Brannigan, was a one-day ‘salon’ exploring the creative and discursive territory between ‘the choreographic’ and the institutions and practices of art: the gallery or museum as a destination and organisation; the circumstances, conditions and objects one is surrounded by in these places; and the work of artists.
Performers: Shelley Lasica, Deanne Butterworth and Jo Lloyd
Documentation: Sam James
27 April 2016
Erin Brannigan, Art Gallery New South Wales, presented in partnership with UNSW Arts & Social Sciences for the 20th Biennale of Sydney.