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Melbourne 2016 ISPA Congress - Performance | The Delta Project
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PERFORMANCE | Friday, June 3, 2016 

The Delta Project

Under My Skin

Under My Skin is The Delta Project’s highly anticipated new work, choreographed by Jo Dunbar and Lina Limosani, featuring dancers Anna Seymour, Elvin Lam, Amanda Lever and Luigi Vescio. Working together with new media artist Rhian Hinkley, lighting designer Richard Vabre and sound designer Russell Goldsmith, choreography blends with images and sound, building access into aesthetics. Layered and revealing, Under My Skin challenges what it is to listen and be heard. 

The Delta Project is a Melbourne-based company that is produced by Arts Access Victoria. It formed in 2012 to explore and present work that brings untold perspectives to the Australian stage through dance. Working with visuals and sound, The Delta Project creates performances that are accessible for both hearing and deaf audiences. Comprised itself of deaf and hearing dancers, this ground-breaking company creates cross-cultural work that uses dance as a universal communicator.

Under My Skin is a new dance-theatre work presented through the lens of deaf culture and exploring what we choose to hide and what can be revealed.

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