Eugene Ward
Paint en Pointe

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'Paint en Pointe' is a compilation of selected compositions by Eugene Ward, otherwise known to most as Dro Carey / Tuff Sherm. The tracks have been taken from a series of performance collaborations with choreographer Patric Kuo over a five-month period. The performances, which occurred monthly in the latter half of 2014, took place in Spot81 gallery in Chippendale, Sydney. Kuo and Ward, along with a roster of dancers, were invited to create new dance works that responded to the exhibition occurring during the given month.

Throughout the series, many ensemble types were explored, ranging from solos up to large groups of as many as 16 dancers. Patric Kuo is a Sydney based dancer/choreographer originally trained in all styles, but presently heavily draws his influence from hip hop and contemporary dance. Coming from a performing arts and commercial dance background, Kuo has expanded his ideas about communicating to an audience, moving away from the traditional entertainment relationship towards an approach that includes engagement more informed by performance art.

  1. 1 - Place (Duet) 5:48
  2. 2 - Place (Large Group) 5:15
  3. 3 - Printed Matter (Duet 1) 4:28
  4. 4 - Somnium (Group) 4:20
  5. 5 - Paper (Solo) 6:19
  6. 6 - Place (Solo) 4:19
  7. 7 - Place (Small Group) 3:44
  8. 8 - Printed Matter (Solo) 5:48

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Eugene Ward
Paint en Pointe

16,00

only 1 left

  1. 1 - Place (Duet) 5:48
  2. 2 - Place (Large Group) 5:15
  3. 3 - Printed Matter (Duet 1) 4:28
  4. 4 - Somnium (Group) 4:20
  5. 5 - Paper (Solo) 6:19
  6. 6 - Place (Solo) 4:19
  7. 7 - Place (Small Group) 3:44
  8. 8 - Printed Matter (Solo) 5:48

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about the record

'Paint en Pointe' is a compilation of selected compositions by Eugene Ward, otherwise known to most as Dro Carey / Tuff Sherm. The tracks have been taken from a series of performance collaborations with choreographer Patric Kuo over a five-month period. The performances, which occurred monthly in the latter half of 2014, took place in Spot81 gallery in Chippendale, Sydney. Kuo and Ward, along with a roster of dancers, were invited to create new dance works that responded to the exhibition occurring during the given month.

Throughout the series, many ensemble types were explored, ranging from solos up to large groups of as many as 16 dancers. Patric Kuo is a Sydney based dancer/choreographer originally trained in all styles, but presently heavily draws his influence from hip hop and contemporary dance. Coming from a performing arts and commercial dance background, Kuo has expanded his ideas about communicating to an audience, moving away from the traditional entertainment relationship towards an approach that includes engagement more informed by performance art.

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