A double bill of contemporary dance works by up-and-coming West Australian choreographers Kimberley Parkin and Jo Omodei.

‘Killjoy’ by Kimberley Parkin
Within the confines of an office space, doom descends upon two workers caught in corporate submission. Time is irrelevant here. Inspired by the Japanese ’salary man’ phenomenon, Killjoy is a cult horror film meets live dance-theatre.

‘As the Edges Soften’ by Jo Omodei
Explores the transient moments shared between two people, and the temporality of moving together, even if apart. The cathartic duet navigates the in between spaces of our interactions, and the heightened need for connection in a pandemic world.

Creative producer and mentor: Rachel Arianne Ogle

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