DRILL is very excited to announce its first project for 2019, The Stance by Liesel Zink!
The Stance is a monumental dance and sound performance that investigates the choreography of bodies in protest. Inspired by recent protests led by young Australians, The Stance questions how and why we protest, what makes us go to the streets to march, and how can we make the voice of the youth heard?
Participating dancers will work with choreographer Liesel Zink and The Stance performer Gabriel Comerford (Tasdance), and will remount the work through process-driven rehearsals. The project offer the opportunity to learn from internationally recognised dance artists and become part of the lineage of a nationally significant dance work.
This project is aimed at young and pre-professional dancers, tertiary students and graduates.
Check out the video below of The Stance being performed in Brisbane!