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Good Evening Apocalypse 2013

Choreographed by Emiline Forster
Performed by Matt Cornell and Emiline Forster
Music by Austin Har
Artistic Associates Angela Goh and Joshua Thomson

Robosapien 2012

Choreographed and Performed by Emiline Forster
Music by Austin Har
Artistic Associate Alison Plevey
This work was created as part of youMove Company's Solo Series, a partnership with the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Dust 10 minute Excerpt, 2010


Choreographed and Performed by Emiline Forster
Music by Terry Hart
Technical Assistance Geoff Adams
Winner of 2010 Melbourne Fringe Festival - Best Dance
click here to read more about Dust

The Remix Project

Choreographed and Performed by Emiline Forster, Alison Plevey and Leek Griffin
Music Terry Hart
Crack Festival Oct 2011 -as part of "This Is Not Art" Independant, Emerging & Experimental Arts Festival, Newcastle
Originality is dead. Embrace the remix. Feast on a collision of dance, sound and video as it exists only here and now.

We Are All Stars


Choreographed by Emiline Forster
Music by Terry Hart
Performed by Sarah Aiken, Emiline Forster, Terry Hart and Rebecca Jensen
We Are All Stars is a site specific work in Federation Square, exploring the meeting of technology and magic, bringing a touch of the bizarre and ethereal to passersby.
We Are All Stars was part of Guerilla, commissioned by Ausdance Victoria and Federation Square as part of the Australian Dance Awards’ Dance Card.



Choreographed by Emiline Forster
Music by Terry Hart
Live Music performed by Siva
Performed by Emiline Forster, Dale Polglaise and Leif Holland
Venue Ormond Hall Melbourne April 2009
Exposure began when I became receptive to an increased fear of strangers. Walking down lonely streets at night brought with it an unreasonable terror.
What are people capable of doing to one another? What fears and desires do we repress in order to maintain the appearance of normality? What level of exposure to other people can we tolerate?
Exposure pits three complete strangers against one another, looking at how they cope in this bizarre situation and pushing the limits of their psychological boundaries. Each person constructs their own version of reality according to what state of mind will give them the advantage. In the absence of external judgement, will they censor their actions or will it become every man for themselves?

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