Tirohia te kohinga
Composed for a dance production called The Race, which was staged during 1992, this work is a playful look at the movement of animals.
Inspired by a series of photographs by Julian Ward, this work attempts to capture the mood of a rural New Zealand landscape.
The challenge of capturing the sound of a fly in a room grew into an imagined dialogue between the fly and an electronic sound source.
A study of visual characteristics expressed in sound.
This work, composed for choreographer Daniel Belton, explores various aspects of beach and ocean life.
The rousing nature of Celtic music was the basis for this piece which deals with a theme of aggressive competition. It is the final section of a composition...
In this, the opening sequence of another dance work commissioned by Michael Parmenter, a man and a woman slowly emerge from within a muddy riverbank.
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