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Richard Layzell – Notes from Wagga Wagga
 
Day 10: Wednesday 1 Oct 03

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  1. Practicals and Methods 4. Tania’s view  
  06.45 start with a film shoot of five female performers dressed almost as sheep with duvets ['doonas' they’re called here], makeup, high heels and a gentle synchronised choreography that I found strangely moving as they slowly changed direction and headed towards the flock of actual sheep. This was Deborah Pollard and mike Nanning's work. It was the implicit commitment and collaboration [the performers started at 05.30] that I found so exhilarating. Time Place Space is clearly now more laboratory than workshop. I didn’t come to Australia to get rained off and wear two pairs of trousers, this ain’t glamorous.
The evening event was an Infiltration. A corporate campus bash where PhDs were handed out in tacky frames to remote students who weren’t even there for all sorts of reasons. The performantive events became the meat and the whole main course, not the petit-fours with coffee. This was great. And we were invited. And we sat together on the centre table with video projectors and wires and the house wine on the house which you served with some aplomb in your waiter persona fresh from Lillehammer which was ok. Everyone was cool. This was the real thing.
 
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