With a focus on Western Sydney, WHY IS THIS CONTEMPORARY? aims to make space for different dance and movement practices in our culture to share and work together.
Now in its second year, the 2020 lab will host Anna Kuroda, Eliam Royalness and Neda Taha, under the facilitation of Martin del Amo. The artists will spend two weeks examining and expanding their ‘non-traditional’ practices and consider how these practices sit in relation to contemporary art contexts.
WHY IS THIS CONTEMPORARY? is a partnership between PYT Fairfield and Critical Path.
Artists Anna Kuroda, Eliam Royalness and Neda Taha
Facilitator Martin del Amo
PYT is proudly supported by the Australian Council for the Arts and the NSW Government through Create NSW.
Image credit: Katy Green Loughrey