pointNONpoint begins with one dancer alone on stage and expands incrementally to an interconnected community of twenty-three people.

From this initial single point of attention, the choreographer swells to a mutating mass of bides with no one focal point for the viewer; a cloud of impressions where one must choose one’s own journey through the dancing.

Individual identities are blurred into a physical and visual texture that changes our perspective, insisting that we receive fragments of a while without being able to apprehend its entirety.

The work was part of a triple bill, also featuring works by Amy Hollingsworth and Loughlan Prior.

Commissioned by Queensland Ballet for their Bespoke season 2019.

Image: David Kelly [cropped]