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Fallen Awake

Megarrity, David & Monsour, Luke (2007) Fallen Awake. [Performance]

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      Photo from process: David Megarrity, albury 2007 - example of convergence of writing/design/perfomance/video

      RESEARCH COMPONENT Fallen Awake was a practice-led research process that opened the development process to the influence of collaborative authorship across artforms. The project focused on of how multiple artforms and artists converge their vision into a singular text, in the context of collaborative authorship. The work also uncovered new questions relating to the dream-life of children. The stimulus for the work was a selection of verbal statements by three-year-olds, raising complex ethical questions as the project progressed about the child’s voice, mediated by the adult artist, for the eventual presentation to a child audience.

      With the text emergent and open to influence, this project raised other questions related to the lived experience of children, dreaming, creative play and the development of consciousness. It pushed the creative process to experiment with associative, rather then causal narratives, and to negotiate the challenges this raises for traditional story structures and the development processes that usually shape them. It led to the consideration of each artforms and artist as equal contributors in the development of story: traditionally the province of the sole author.

      The outcomes appeared in various artforms, none of which was live-performance based. An ‘artist’s book’ by the designer, a ‘video treatment’ - a DVD capturing the approach to the performance and a script for an innovative large-scale performance. Fallen Awake was developed with the assistance of Strut & Fret Production House, Arts Queensland, and HotHouse Theatre, Albury Wodonga, through their ‘Month in the Country’ initiative.

      Impact and interest:

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      ID Code: 26010
      Item Type: Creative Work (Performance)
      Other Contributors:
      Role Contributors
      Photographer
      • Luke Monsour
      Funders: Arts Queensland, HotHouse Theatre
      Material: Photograph
      Number of Pieces: 1
      Locations/Venues:
      Location: From date: To date:
      Albury/Wodonga NSW
      Keywords: Theatre, Children, Intermedial, Playwriting, Collaboration
      Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > PERFORMING ARTS AND CREATIVE WRITING (190400) > Drama Theatre and Performance Studies (190404)
      Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > OTHER STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190999)
      Divisions: Current > Schools > Drama
      Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
      Deposited On: 06 Jul 2009 16:35
      Last Modified: 29 Feb 2012 23:53

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