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RT Profiler 7

12 NOV, 2014

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In Profiler 7, RealTime marks the passing of Margaret Cameron, leading Australian actor, writer and director, with an obituary and archival links to reviews of her work as well as her own "Art & care: where life and death connect." A subtle and engaging presence, she will be missed by many who knew her personally or were touched by her work.

Hitherto unavailable online, Virginia Baxter's 2000 interview with Margaret Cameron and Ian Scott, "The other side of Nightfall," yields wonderful insights into the nature and demands of acting.

There are also interviews with two artists currently presenting as part of Performance Space's Buruwan season, Ken Thaiday Snr and Kate McMillan.

Plus, artist and contributor profiles, and the second part of our Partner Art survey.

Lucy Parakhina, interim RT Online Producer

 

Thaiday
realtime tv: Ken Thaiday Snr at Carriageworks

Renowned Torres Strait Islander artist Ken Thaiday talks with Keith Gallasch about his major exhibition, which showcases a range of his works, traversing dance, installation and kinetic sculpture.

 

McMillan
realtime tv: Kate McMillan's Moment of Disappearance

Artist Kate McMillan discusses her work The Moment of Disappearance, an immersive landscape of sound and video that traces legacies of the Enlightenment to their colonial manifestation in Australia. Presented by Performance Space, Sydney, Thursday 6 - Saturday 29 November 2014.

 

Lawrence
Interview: André Lawrence, 135th Meridian-East

Chris Reid talks to emerging curator André Lawrence about 135th Meridian-East, a major exhibition of artwork by 14 NT and SA artists, presented at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.


IN PROFILECerini
Angus Cerini

John Bailey talks to this award-winning playwright and performer about his take on masculinity, abuse and the relationships between violence and power.


IN PROFILE
DayJulian Day

Matthew Lorenzon discusses "making the invisible visible" with the multi-talented Julian Day.

BLOG: Partial Durations
News, reviews and discussion of New Music: A joint project between Matthew Lorenzon and RealTime.

Victorian Opera and Malthouse Theatre: The Riders An unlikely opera, based on a Tim Winton novel; review by Alexander O’Sullivan

Nils Frahm at the Old Museum "Fascinating music from one of the more interesting musical minds of our post-everything time"; by Alistair Noble

Speak Percussion: Richard Barrett Percussion Portrait Contemporary percussion at RMIT; by Matthew Lorenzon

 

 

 

 

PARTNER ART

Partner

Making art is more than a job and it’s more than a life-style choice—for many, it’s an all-encompassing way of being. This can make living with an artist a difficult feat, unless both are of like constitution. So it’s not surprising that in the art world there are many couples who share both their lives and their art. This is the conclusion of our survey feature (see part 1 in RT Profiler 6 here), where we asked a number of art couples about their collaborative practices.

Clare Britton & Matt Prest

Vincent Crowley & Ingrid Weisfelt (Torque Show)

Sonia Leber & David Chesworth


CONTRIBUTOR PROFILES
BernadetteBernadette Ashley
RT's visual arts and dance correspondent in Townsville on the extra level of appreciation that reviewing allows.

"Scrawling notes in the half-light of a live performance sometimes draws me in deeper and creates an urgency to suck every iota of nuance from an exceptional work." More…

 

VickiVicki Van Hout
Independent choreographer Vicki Van Hout talks about her lifetime focus on interests outside that discipline, and affirming her cultural identity through her work.

"I have shamelessly used my obsession with dance as a vehicle for exploring other creative disciplines including dabbling in the creation of simple interactive installations, writing monologues and simple non-linear narratives." More…

 

COMING SOON
REALTIME 124
4 December

REVIEWS
Liquid Architecture
Melbourne & Brisbane Festivals Bundanon's Siteworks

PREVIEW
Experimenta's Recharge program

INTERVIEWS
Actor/director Rachael Maza
Bangarra's Elma Kris

PLUS
PACT celebrates 50 years of innovation

 

JUST LAUNCHED
RT & WAKEFIELD PRESS

Bodies of thought

Bodies of Thought:
12 Australian Choreographers

A GROUNDBREAKING NEW BOOK
FOR LOVERS OF AUSTRALIAN CONTEMPORARY DANCE

"...an illuminating study of Australian contemporary choreographers."
Adelaide Advertiser

"Complemented by beautiful photos and Brannigan’s insightful introduction to each chapter, this is a must-have for all dance practitioners, students and dance lovers." INDaily, Adelaide

"A fascinating snapshot of contemporary dance in Australia in the 21st century , this scholarly, marvelously presented book will delight both dance lovers and researchers." Sydney Arts Guide

KATE CHAMPION, ROSALIND CRISP, TESS DE QUINCEY, RUSSELL DUMAS, LUCY GUERIN, SUE HEALEY, HELEN HERBERTSON, GIDEON OBARZANEK, STEPHEN PAGE, GARRY STEWART, MERYL TANKARD, ROS WARBY


RRP: $34.95 inc GST; purchase in bookshops or at
www.wakefieldpress.com.au

Editors: Dr Erin Brannigan, Senior Lecturer in Dance, School of Arts and Media, UNSW and Virginia Baxter, Managing Editor, RealTime
Publishers: RealTime and Wakefield Press
ENQUIRIES: realtime@realtimearts.net

And don't miss the companion website realtimedance

 

LH COLUMN: Margaret Cameron, Opera for a Small Mammal, photo Daisy Noyes; Ken Thaiday Snr, realtime tv; Kate McMillan, realtime tv; 135th Meridian-East installation view, photo courtesy Australian Experimental Art Foundation; Angus Cerini, Resplendence photo Sebastian Bourges; Julian Day, Chrissie Cotter Gallery, 2012, photo by Emily Sandrussi

RH COLUMN: Partner Art: Ingrid Weisfelt and Vincent Crowley in Malmö, Adelaide Festival 2012, photo by Rachel Roberts; Bernadette Ashley; Vicki Van Hout in Briwyant, photo by Garth Oriander

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