• Unwrapping d a n s e

Rosalind Crisp

a partial lecture about a partial history 
an unfinished dance by a saturated body 
an ongoing practice exposed

Rosalind Crisp is one of Australia's senior dance artists. For over thirty years she has engaged in a radical physical critique of dance, through dancing. 

Part performance, part lecture, Unwrapping d a n s e digs away at all she has created. 

Rosalind Crisp is in Cardiff to lead a two-day workshop, Choreographic Improvisation, with Groundwork Pro and to give this performance of Unwrapping d a n s e.

Choreographic Improvisation workshop
Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 November
Click here for information


Crisp, at the height of her powers, proves that the most exciting Australian dancers are not the young and athletic, but dancers with decades of knowledge and experience
The Monthly
A level of depth, an economy of means and elegance of structure that exceeded the show itself
Daily Review

Conceived and performed by Rosalind Crisp

Supported by Tasdance Tasmania, Orbost Mechanics Institute, Tanzfabrik Berlin and Atelier de Paris - Carolyn Carlson

Born in Omeo, Australia, Rosalind Crisp founded the Omeo Dance studio in 1996 - the Sydney home of experimental dance for ten years. Invited to Paris in 2003, Rosalind became the first choreographic associate of the Atelier de Paris - Carolyn Carlson. In 2015 France awarded her a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres (Dame of the Arts).

Images above: Edita Sentić a Heidrun Löhr