Mea Tau. Weapon.
Craftsmanship, masculinity, forging, skill. Both life-granting and life-taking, bringing connection to our place in this earth. What will your hands bring to these weapons? Considered physicality, thoughtful introspection, technological experimentation. Parallelograms are basic geometric shapes- cells that stand alone yet will always tessellate.
Politigrams and individualate. The contemporary dance double bill with hands, head, feet, ribs, and a bunch of projectors.
We bring you the developmental season of How We Tessellate.
Mea Tau choreographed by Elijah Kennar; and performed by Sione Fatua, Villa Lemanu, Leighton Rangi, Taitanyk Toniu
Drumpf choreographed by Kerryanne Mayhew and Renee Richards; and performed by Renee Richards, Emma Cosgrave, Alex Henry, Tokelau Akama, Kisha September, Amelia Chong.
Latecomers cannot be admitted.