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Terrain
'Terrain' is part of a series of films from Bangarra Dance Theatre Australia. The timeless wonder and spiritual resonance of Lake Eyre. Described as a hymn to country, Terrain transports…
Interview with Choreographer: Frances Rings
'Interview with Choreographer: Frances Rings' is part of a series of films from Bangarra Dance Theatre Australia. The timeless wonder and spiritual resonance of Lake Eyre. Described as a hymn…

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I believe country reveals to us the natural laws that govern our existence and that as people, no matter what our background, we all have a innate longing to sink our feet into the sand, for our hands to splash water, and to connect with the natural world. Landscape is at the core of our ...Read more

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