Image credits: Linda Luke. Image taken by MAYU KANAMORI
Linda Luke is back with us for the final creative development of her solo work 'Still Point Turning', which has been developed in the Rex Cramphorn Studio over the past couple of years.
Linda will host a full showing of this work on Friday 26 September, if you would be interested in attending the showing please email email@example.com. Kirstin will then email you with the exact time once it is finalised.
A synthesis of dance, video, sound and installation, Still Point Turning explores perceptions of time, stillness and turbulence. Initially inspired by TS Eliot’s poem Burnt Norton, Linda Luke’s solo reflects upon the fragmented nature of contemporary culture, alluding to Eurocentric history and our obsession with ‘clock’ time. Alongside the steady beat of temporal time is the nature of cosmic time - the cycle of living and dying and that deep, yet elusive, silence that resides in every one of us.