articulate animal is a platform for critical and creative inquiry into embodiment, movement and environment through practice which combines dance, somatics, bodywork and landcare. Established in 2007 by artistic director Sue Hawksley, projects are often collaborative and interdisciplinary and have been presented in theatres, galleries and academic contexts internationally.
February 20th - Sue will be performing in the February 2022 ensemble for 'X' a livestreamed improvised performance at Dance Hub SA; choreographers Amanda Phillips, Cathy Adamek, Lina Limosani, Peter Sheedy and Tammy Arjona.
January 2022 - Dwell: landscape in the figure - following the site visits and recording sessions we made in 2021, we're now very excited to be embarking on the editing stages of this project to make a dance-film focused on threatened ecological communities in South Australia.
Follow our progress on the > DWELL PROJECT BLOG
November 2021 - Landscape in the figure: cultivating presence as nature
An article by Sue Hawksley, which includes a discussion about the DWELL project, has just been published online in the Brazilian journal Conceição | Conception, Vol. 10 special issue : Anthropo-scenes: performing arts, ecology, and diversity of ways of life. PDF
November 2021 - Glasshouse - looking forward to the public opening of Sarah Neville's new VR work, I've had a fabulous time working on this project. DanceHub SA, November 23rd and 24th 6pm (by appointment only)
2022 Sue Hawksley