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Reasons to Stand on One Leg (research study): Sue will be performing alongside visual artist Cynthia Schwertsik at the SUE Foreshore festival, Port Noarlunga, Sunday 20th October 2019 12pm-4pm.
This on-pavement research study will attempt to measure the potential reduction of our global footprint resulting from standing on one leg; a playful audience engagement work aimed at provoking serious thought.

Reasons to Stand on One Leg: Sue will be performing her solo work-in-progress as part of Australian Dance Theatre's Rough Draft choreographic season. The program will also feature works in development by Yasmine Amber, Motus Collective, Tobiah Booth Remmers (performed by the ADT Youth Ensemble), Tiarna Linke as well as a film by Chris Dyke and a discussion by Françoise Piron & Zoë Dunwoodie. The evening will also include an excerpt of ADT’s latest work-in-development, Supernature.
Friday 12 July, 8pm. The Odeon, 57A Queen Street, Norwood 5067

From the Inside (Tokuremoar): Sue will be performing with Tammy Arjona for the opening of a group exhibition of works responding to Tokuremoar, an ancient remnant Tea-tree reserve on the southern coast of the Fleurieu Peninsular. At praxis ARTSPACE 16th May - 14th June 2019; performances May 16th and 30th 6pm. Review in Artlink Magazine

Digital Uncanny: a new book by Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli in which she discusses Crosstalk, Bodytext and Blowup. Published 2019 by Oxford University Press.

ISCMA 2019: Art Machines (International Symposium on Computational Media Art), City University of Hong Kong. Presentation of Dancer in the Machine, a joint-authored paper by Simon Biggs, Sue Hawksley, Samya Bagchi and Mark D. McDonnell, exploring some of the processes and research insights involved in creating Double Agent.

Double Agent: Sue Hawksley and Tammy Arjona collaborated on choreography and performance of Double Agent, an interactive installation work by visual artist Simon Biggs, for MOD.IFY, the inaugural exhibition at the Museum of Discovery, University of South Australia, North Terrace, adjacent Morphett Street Bridge, Adelaide. Until October 2018.

mad for more: Sue performs in a short film and photographic exhibition by dance artist Billie Cook, in the SALA group show 'mad for more'. Light Square Gallery, 39 Light Square, Adelaide College for the Arts. Until 30th August 2018

Panpapanpalya 2018: Sue will be presenting at the joint dance congress of WDA (World Dance Alliance) and DaCi (Dance and the Child International) to be held in Adelaide July 8th-13th 2018.


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