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Absence may hover over this piece, but it is coupled with the ever-present hum of life. At the end, we are guided up to where we began, but we are altered. — Gracia Haby

There are two women
Natalie and Shannon
There were others
They are gone
This is what remains

Recovery is dance, ceremony, gathering and living. It is about revelling in the time we have, and in finding a way to keep making things. It premièred at The Substation in Melbourne on Wednesday 3 December 2014.

Performance: Nat Cursio and Shannon Bott
Choreography and Direction: Nat Cursio, Shannon Bott & Simon Ellis
Sound: Byron Scullin
Light: Ben Cobham
Contributors to Research Phases: Pete Brundle, Ben Cisterne, Vanessa Chapple, Paula Levis, Fiona Bryant

External Site: natcursio.com/project/recovery

Reviews:

Fjord Review — Gracia Haby
Melbourne. Arts. Fashion — Nithya Iyer
Dance Informa — Tamara Searle
The Age — Jordan Beth Vincent
Fiona Bryant
Luke Hockley

Images by Rachel Roberts.

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