HELLO PROJECT

Douglas, Amelia, Gibson, Ross, Cmielewski, Cecelia and Yi, Soojung (2011) HELLO PROJECT. Federation Square, VIC, Australia; Arko Art Theatre, Seoul, Korea, Large Screens and the Transnational Public Sphere; Art Center Nabi.

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Author Douglas, Amelia
Gibson, Ross
Cmielewski, Cecelia
Yi, Soojung
Title HELLO PROJECT
Place of publication Federation Square, VIC, Australia; Arko Art Theatre, Seoul, Korea
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Publisher Large Screens and the Transnational Public Sphere; Art Center Nabi
Publication date 2011-10-07
Total pages 1 curated exhibition
Language eng
Subject Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibition/Event - Exhibition/Event
Formatted Abstract/Summary
HELLO PROJECT co-curated for 'Large Screens and the Transnational Public Sphere', ARC-funded project with University of Melbourne, Federation Square, Art Center Nabi (Seoul).

HELLO 안녕하세요 is an Australia-Korea live public dance and screen project conceived by Australian choreographer Rebecca Hilton in collaboration with Korean choreographer Soonho Park. The project uses no words. Just gestures and dance moves. Utilising skype technology on a grand scale, HELLO tracks the sharing and interpreting of different movement gestures as they are exchanged live via large public screens situated in Seoul and Melbourne. Harnessing the newest technologies so that we can experience and perform one of the oldest arts together, across continents and cultures, HELLO is simple but also challenging, elegant, and fun. It is a new transnational dance, a 21st century folk dance for Australia and Korea.

 
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