Bachelor of Creative Arts - Dance
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by Carla Callanan
Carla Callanan is a contemporary and ballet dancer from and currently living in Naarm (Melbourne). She is presently in her third and final year studying a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Dance) at Deakin University. Carla has worked as a dancer, performer, choreographer, producer and dance teacher across Naarm for six years. She has also participated in many community led performances and continues to train in dance as an ongoing student. Carla is interested in using dance as self-expression, to tell stories, and communicate ideas to audiences surrounding social issues, in particular mental health. She is currently creating her final graduation work for her course to be presented in October 2022.
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About this work
This work, through a trio of moving bodies, explores the interconnectedness to become one, the place individuals move within and the beings they move with. It stems from the internal subconscious that moves, follows, struggles and breathes, ebbing and flowing through its journey and path. We move together, watching, listening, feeling, noticing, the connection and expression of everything inner and outer. The links that connect each wave follow closely, falling through, away and back together.
Medium
Contemporary Dance
Year

2022

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