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Each Other illustrates functions of social interaction and intimacy, making evident the current flux and change in these notions. The work addresses elements of the interconnectedness of contemporary living through recorded performance and projection. Each Other approaches the unforeseen nature of social and physical connectedness, now more than ever, its importance and ever so shifting accessibility. With heightened experiences of alienation and disassociation Each Other highlights the transient nature of social structures and the importance of adaptability.


          The body moves forward, onwards, always in a continued state. Each relates themselves to the other; a process of reaffirming self while confirmative to others. Rhythmic embraces are held and lost. Emerging through sensory notions, a cohesive path is made, body to body, moving to still, moving too moving. As quickly as touch is felt has it passed; the uncontrolled nature of the other. Each negotiating a self amongst the group, together they play their roles, adapting and morphing as one. 

Each Other was produced while completing the Centre for Projection Art Digital Residency at Collingwood Yards, 2021.

Work shot by Aaron Claringbold
Performers: Airlie Forbes, Paul Murphy, Isabel Buck, Rikki Varty and Awhina. 


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