creation and performance: Susannah Keebler
music: Padma Newsome
lighting: Siobhain Geaney
dramaturgy: Kliment Poposki
camera: Angela Valdez
photos and editing: Susannah Keebler
Note from Susannah: I’m sharing my new cabinet of dance curios collected over the first part of 2018, including movement figures and ideas, the performance technique I learned from doing Helen Herbertson’s piece, “Pause,” as well as exploring different ways of being a dancer/choreographer in relationships with you, an audience.
Padma Newsome is an Australian composer, performer, recording artist, teacher, choir encourager, songster, and community musician. He dwells in Mallacoota, Victoria. The music you heard was written for and performed by his sister Sue Newsome on the Bass Clarinet.
Macedonian-born and raised Kliment Poposki immigrated to Australia with his family in 1990. He has completed a science degree at RMIT, three years of intensive training at The National Theatre Drama School, and is a graduate of Nomad Dance Academy Macedonia. Kliment travels between Australia and Macedonia where he continues to work in the arts as a freelance artist and is an active member of Lokomotiva and Nomad Dance Academy Macedonia . Kliment is currently studying Masters of Dramaturgy at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).