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          SMUDGE  is an exciting collaboration between Brook Andrew and  PABL Artistic Director Phillip Adams , 2015.        Andrew and Adams have embarked upon a radical collaboration exchange where they surrender their usual artistic expression to swap cultural identities and artistic responsibilities. Hence, the director becomes artist, and artist the director. In this way,    Smudge    displaces usual archetypes through an exchange of roles. Via a set of rigorous rules, an exploration and reinvention of the usual and known trajectory of each practitioner is smudged and erased to allow for new innovative creative and cultural possibilities.    The rules of    Smudge    are used as the guide to literally smudge, erase and replace the process of creative process, which will ideally challenge cultural and artistic practices. The projects central focus is to reveal innovative and experimental systems of working collaboratively by breaking accepted cultural and social systems. Through this risk-taking,    Smudge    engages with themes of the charlatan, innovator, intruder and assassinator, i.e. as reflected in cross-cultural/creative suspicion.      Smudge    consisted of a 19-day development and progressive performance from 11-29 May at  RMIT Design Hub , and the next phase is an      Asialink      residency in Istanbul working with dance troupe Aksanat during September 2015.     This project is supported by the City of Melbourne 2015 Arts Grants Program; Besen Family Foundation        and        Asialink.    Photos: Tobias Titz    

  

SMUDGE is an exciting collaboration between Brook Andrew and PABL Artistic Director Phillip Adams, 2015.

  

Andrew and Adams have embarked upon a radical collaboration exchange where they surrender their usual artistic expression to swap cultural identities and artistic responsibilities. Hence, the director becomes artist, and artist the director. In this way, Smudge displaces usual archetypes through an exchange of roles. Via a set of rigorous rules, an exploration and reinvention of the usual and known trajectory of each practitioner is smudged and erased to allow for new innovative creative and cultural possibilities.

The rules of Smudge are used as the guide to literally smudge, erase and replace the process of creative process, which will ideally challenge cultural and artistic practices. The projects central focus is to reveal innovative and experimental systems of working collaboratively by breaking accepted cultural and social systems. Through this risk-taking, Smudge engages with themes of the charlatan, innovator, intruder and assassinator, i.e. as reflected in cross-cultural/creative suspicion. 

Smudge consisted of a 19-day development and progressive performance from 11-29 May at RMIT Design Hub, and the next phase is an Asialink residency in Istanbul working with dance troupe Aksanat during September 2015.

This project is supported by the City of Melbourne 2015 Arts Grants Program; Besen Family Foundation and Asialink.

Photos: Tobias Titz

 

 Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

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Photo: Tobias Titz

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Photo: Tobias Titz

 Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

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          SMUDGE  is an exciting collaboration between Brook Andrew and  PABL Artistic Director Phillip Adams , 2015.        Andrew and Adams have embarked upon a radical collaboration exchange where they surrender their usual artistic expression to swap cultural identities and artistic responsibilities. Hence, the director becomes artist, and artist the director. In this way,    Smudge    displaces usual archetypes through an exchange of roles. Via a set of rigorous rules, an exploration and reinvention of the usual and known trajectory of each practitioner is smudged and erased to allow for new innovative creative and cultural possibilities.    The rules of    Smudge    are used as the guide to literally smudge, erase and replace the process of creative process, which will ideally challenge cultural and artistic practices. The projects central focus is to reveal innovative and experimental systems of working collaboratively by breaking accepted cultural and social systems. Through this risk-taking,    Smudge    engages with themes of the charlatan, innovator, intruder and assassinator, i.e. as reflected in cross-cultural/creative suspicion.      Smudge    consisted of a 19-day development and progressive performance from 11-29 May at  RMIT Design Hub , and the next phase is an      Asialink      residency in Istanbul working with dance troupe Aksanat during September 2015.     This project is supported by the City of Melbourne 2015 Arts Grants Program; Besen Family Foundation        and        Asialink.    Photos: Tobias Titz    
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz
 Photo: Tobias Titz

  

SMUDGE is an exciting collaboration between Brook Andrew and PABL Artistic Director Phillip Adams, 2015.

  

Andrew and Adams have embarked upon a radical collaboration exchange where they surrender their usual artistic expression to swap cultural identities and artistic responsibilities. Hence, the director becomes artist, and artist the director. In this way, Smudge displaces usual archetypes through an exchange of roles. Via a set of rigorous rules, an exploration and reinvention of the usual and known trajectory of each practitioner is smudged and erased to allow for new innovative creative and cultural possibilities.

The rules of Smudge are used as the guide to literally smudge, erase and replace the process of creative process, which will ideally challenge cultural and artistic practices. The projects central focus is to reveal innovative and experimental systems of working collaboratively by breaking accepted cultural and social systems. Through this risk-taking, Smudge engages with themes of the charlatan, innovator, intruder and assassinator, i.e. as reflected in cross-cultural/creative suspicion. 

Smudge consisted of a 19-day development and progressive performance from 11-29 May at RMIT Design Hub, and the next phase is an Asialink residency in Istanbul working with dance troupe Aksanat during September 2015.

This project is supported by the City of Melbourne 2015 Arts Grants Program; Besen Family Foundation and Asialink.

Photos: Tobias Titz

 

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

Photo: Tobias Titz

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