My practice sits at the nexus of experimentation, with a multitude of disciplinary interests interwoven through the different works. Following instinct and intuition, I develop self-contained fully realized parallel worlds for the theatre that seem to have their own laws, logic and rituals. I am concerned with developing both formal choreographic language, and also hyper-real theatrical situations. In 2008 I formed Antony Hamilton Projects to create contemporary performances informed by an interest in multi-disciplinary practices. In these works I may combine experimental movement, visual art, costume, sound design, video or lighting to achieve an enigmatic outcome.
Antony Hamilton is an independent choreographer. His award-winning creations involve a sophisticated melding of movement, sound and visual design. His major works include the seminal Black Project 1 (2012), internationally acclaimed MEETING (2015) and NYX for the 2015 Melbourne Festival. He has created numerous national and international commissions including Keep Everything and I Like This for Chunky Move, Black Project 3 for The Lyon Opera Ballet, and Sentinel for Skanes Dansteater. Antony was the inaugural recipient of the Russell Page Fellowship in 2004, the Tanja Liedtke Fellowship in 2009, a Creative Australia Fellowship in 2012, and the Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship in 2014. He was a guest dance curator at The National Gallery of Victoria in 2013-14, honorary Resident Director of Lucy Guerin Inc. in 2014, and inaugural Resident Artist at Arts House in 2015.
Taken by Maya Lowenstein at Antony Hamilton's rehearsal for his Work-in-Progress
DANCEMAKERS CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY
9 TRINITY STREET, STUDIO 313, TORONTO
THURSDAY, JUNE 23 | FRIDAY, JUNE 24 | 2016
ADMISSION: PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN AT THE DOOR - SPONSORED BY THE GEORGE LUNAN FOUNDATION
Join us after the June 23 performance for a reception, sponsored in part by the Australian High Commission in Ottawa
CATCH MORE ABOUT ANTONY'S WORK HERE
His company: Antony Hamilton Projects