Women Appear (and sometimes they learn how to disappear)

Monday, April 6 — 8:00pm MDT

This work is based on a piece Julianne first performed by bringing a corner of their living room into a theatre, and later in other galleries by creating a living room space out of furniture sourced from the space and community. Bringing it full circle, Julianne will perform a live stream version of the piece in their own apartment. The approximately 60 minute performance utilizes written text, slow movements, and a soundtrack of the greatest hits from 1972.⁣

Date: Monday, April 6th⁣
Time: 8:00pm MDT⁣
Streamed from: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Julianne Chapple's performance work has been presented extensively in Canada, as well as Italy, Ireland, Germany, the USA and the UK. Recent presentations include the Echo Echo festival of Dance and Movement (Northern Ireland), Movement Research at Judson Church (New York) and a new commissioned work for the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Summer Gala event.⁣

Chapple was awarded the 2017 Iris Garland Emerging Choreographer Award and the 2020 Chrystal Dance Prize. She is artistic director of Vancouver-based dance company Future Leisure, co-producer of the Shooting Gallery Performance Series and sits on the board of directors for CADA-West.⁣ ⁣

Women Appear (and sometimes they learn how to disappear)


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