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Critical Path

Critical Path

Art Forms: Dance, Performance

Residency Years: 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019

Lives / Works: Australia

Based in Sydney, Critical Path supports a program of research opportunities which promote innovation by creating opportunities for choreographers to explore new ways of working, develop new networks and engage in debate and critical appreciation of dance.

IN RESIDENCE 2022
Alejandro Rolandi, LeeAnne Litton, Sophia van Gent, Josh Staines, Jasmin Sheppard, Henrietta Baird, Shana O’Brien, Amy Flannery, Guest Artist – Jasmine Gulash

In 2022, Critical Path will be running two residencies in parallel: First Nations residency/lab and Regional Gathering (with artists from the Central Coast and Hunter Valley)

IN RESIDENCE 2019
Stephen Champion, Philip Channells, Anthea Doropoulos, Claire Hicks, Adelina Larsson, Julie-Anne Long, Cadi McCarthy, Agnès Michelet, Kirk Page, Tulleah Pearce and Carl Sciberras

In 2019, Critical Path were in residence for the ‘but in time something’ forum. The forum was an opportunity for the artists to forge relationships and alliances and to take themselves out of everyday circumstances to create breathing space, and producers and programmers have those needs as well.

IN RESIDENCE 2016
Joshua Pether, WeiZen Ho, Alison Plevey and Ghenoa Gela

Body As Material was a four-week development project for four artists taking place across 2016. The project concentrated on solo practice and was intended to offer participants the opportunity to take some time to reflect on their own work, play, support the others through exchange, feedback and dialogue and start to think about making some work.

IN RESIDENCE 2015
Arco Renz, David Pledger and Margie Medlin

During their residency at Bundanon in 2015, Critical Path developed the project ‘Monsoon’. Monsoon was a transcultural, multidisciplinary research and performance platform for Asian and European artists initiated by German choreographer Arco Renz (Artistic Director, Kobalt Works, Belgium).

IN RESIDENCE 2014
Professor Bojana Kunst, Matt Cornell, Miranda Wheen, Joshua Thomson and Kathryn Puie

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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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