Bodies Move Like Weather in Australian Dance Piece
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Lucy Guerin adroitly reflects the word salad offered by the ominous-sounding "MESSAGE FROM THE CENTER" program notes. I say "word salad" in that the "MESSAGE" manages to convey no precise meaning, though it is obviously trying REALLY HARD to communicate something, "Particularly explored in Weather, are the naturally occurring forces that exist outside of the realms of human control, and our DIRECT IMPACT upon the elemental properties that govern the natural world order". What I saw at the performance
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Lucy Guerin has toured her work extensively in Europe, Asia and North America as well as to most of Australia’s major festivals and venues. She has been commissioned by Chunky Move, Dance Works Rotterdam, Ricochet (UK), Mikhail Baryshnikov’s White Oak Dance Project and Lyon Opera Ballet among many others.
Her awards include the Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award, a New York Dance and Performance Award (a ‘Bessie’), several Green Room Awards, a Helpmann Award and an Australian Dance Award.
On the Royce terrace prior to each performance, join the UCLA Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies for an interactive presentation. Members of the department’s Climate Systems Interactions Group Baird Langenbrunner and Daniel Dauhajre will help you explore, from a scientific perspective, both the poetic manifestations of weather and the literal interactions between humans and the forces of nature.