AMBIGUOUS CHOREOGRAPHY | Cleo Coppinger
THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 8-9.30 PM
Ambiguous Choreography is a one night performance which explores how daily moments can be rediscovered in order to become more connected to the present moment and each other. Using the dining table as a set and the gallery as a stage, the performance sets up situations to procure new modes of dining and connection at the dinner table. Objects and instructions provide an ambiguous choreography, and one that is open to interpretation, allowing the diners to take ownership of their experience.
Cleo Coppinger is a designer and maker based in Melbourne. Her practice is object oriented, driven by making, curation and collection. Cleo seeks to explore the connection between people and their surroundings, and people and objects.
With a practice sensitive to the environment, prioritising subtle gestures and minimal impact design, her work is reflective, using annotation, drawing, and written and photographic documentation as a means of working.