ALPHA60 X CHUNKY MOVE

 

ACTIVATORS 3:
BONANZA

by Harrison Hall, Sam Mcgilp and Justin Kane
Presented by Chunky Move in association with Alpha60

BONANZA! is a playful blend of dance / film / digital animation / artist dialogue filmed in Alpha60’s Chapter House.




BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA!

BONANZA! is a playful blend of dance/film/digital animation/artist dialogue, filmed in Alpha60’s Chapter House. Created by Harrison Hall, Sam Mcgilp and Justin Kane, BONANZA! is Art x Dialogue with guests NAXS Corp (Taiwan) and Lu Yang (China). An uneasy meeting of nostalgic-futurism, BONANZA! is a lament for our physical bodies and an exaltation of digital reincarnation.

BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA! BONANZA

 


Credits and acknowledgements:

Created by Harrison Hall and Sam Mcgilp
Director/DOP: Justin Kane
Interviewed artists: Naxs Corp and Lu Yang
Sound: Meuko Meuko!, Software2050, Odaeri and Caly Jandro

Director of Photography: Justin Kane
Drone Pilots/Operators: Radar Kane, Josh Labita, Trevor Kane (HARPY)
Animation: Luca Dante
Technical Operator/Streaming: Siobhain Geaney
3D Scanning: Ben Waters (Siii Projects)
Hair: Dominique Spiteri
First Assistant: Lotus Hall
Dressed by Alpha60
Styling: Andrew Treloar
Curated by Leah Landau as part of Chunky Move’s ACTIVATORS Program

ACTIVATORS 3 is presented by Chunky Move in association with Alpha60.

The ACTIVATORS program is supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program.


About ACTIVATORS:

Supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program, ACTIVATORS  is a series of free public outcomes curated by Chunky Move Artistic Director Antony Hamilton and independent choreographer and curator Leah Landau.  The  ACTIVATORS  program invites independent artists to apply choreographic approaches and principles to ideas such as site, space, time, and material, keeping the body at the centre of their investigation.  The resulting hybrid outcomes may involve elements of performance, installation, discussion, and/or demonstration, and will feature artists whose work plays a role in shaping and influencing conversations in society and culture.