Lewis Major is an award–winning Australian choreographer and director who honed his skills working with seminal contemporary dance makers Akram Khan, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Russell Maliphant and Hofesh Shechter amongst others.
His work has been presented to widespread critical acclaim in many prestigious venues around the world including Sadler’s Wells and the Royal Opera House, London, Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg, and the Baryshnikov Centre, New York.
This new double bill of Satori, loosely translatable from Japanese as the term for awakening, envisions a world of impermanence and shifting atmospheres amongst different patterns of sound, light, and movement, while Unfolding melds fluid dance with shifting 3D animations by creative coder Fausto Brusamolino.
Support for 'Satori and Unfolding' made possible by Dr Mark Benson and Rebecca Benson, and Dr Catherine Cartwright. Funding sponsors: Australia Council for the Arts & Arts South Australia.