6 days ago - “We shouldn’t ask why the students are marching. We should ask why everyone else isn’t.” https://t.co/TrDcQdvOZE

2 weeks ago - THE FUTURE! >> 'Thanks for the global warming. NOT': Students get creative at climate change protests https://t.co/tcmbQ6wsF2 via @SBSNews

2 weeks ago - It's time for NT to ban fracking for good to protect land, water and climate. Sign here: https://t.co/r7mgOw6wDw @fanniebay

2 weeks ago - Incredible turn out in Melbourne!! Go kids!! Climate change strike: thousands of school students protest across Aus… https://t.co/omPNwWQoSe

LOOP

  • 21 Oct 2016

Currently in its early research phase LOOP is centred around empathy. Adopting movement actioned by young children as source material, the idea is to explore empathy through a process of transposing a child’s instinctual improvised danced-movement onto adult performers, and from this creating an intricate visual experience and participatory choreography for children and adults.

Nat is working with dancers Alice Dixon, Caroline Meaden and Leif Helland, as well as a bunch of 2-8 year olds from whom the source material is derived.

LOOP's first phase is being supported by Arts Centre Melbourne and Maximised by Chunky Move. (Image below by Pier Carthew)