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  • Wed 6 Jul ’16, 7:30pm – 8:50pm
  • Thu 7 Jul ’16, 7:30pm – 8:50pm


Massey University. Tea Gardens, Buckle Street, Wellington, Wellington


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Student: $23.00
  • Senior: $23.00
  • Adult: $33.75

Transfer is a show comprised of two new works from New Zealand choreographers Jeremy Nelson (New York) and Joshua Rutter (Berlin). This season presents a rare opportunity to see dance by two exceptional artists who are not often in the Antipodes. Footnote New Zealand Dance has returned them home to draw on their international experience and bring their latest ideas to life through movement.

Jeremy Nelson explores uniformity and individuality in a dance work inspired by New Zealand architecture. A lot goes on between four walls, and we carry a lot in our bones - life, intention, experience. This is a piece to satisfy audiences who crave the kind of surging, whole-body dancing Jeremy Nelson is revered for. Here, he questions the relationship between the structural design of the buildings we inhabit and the internal architecture of the body we live in.

Joshua Rutter’s Tomorrow After All sees fragments scavenged from the internet assembled into an embryonic culture that starts to generate its own sense of time and place. Something larger lurks in the background, exerting influence and waiting to be revealed. An ode to virtual environments, this performance invites those who witness it soak in the details and feel the atmosphere; to delight in its peculiar pleasures.

How to find Massey University’s beautiful Tea Gardens venue: (map included in event images)
1. Starting from the War Memorial Park, make your way up the steps to the War Museum building Facing the building, turn left and follow the carpark along the side of the building
2. At the end of the building, turn right and follow the path that has the War Museum building on your right and the Industrial Design building on your left
3. There is an alleyway near the end on the right. Continue to the end of the alley and turn right (following the disabled access sign)
4. Go through the double doors into the foyer, take the lift on the right up to the third floor. You have arrived!

NOTE: THERE IS FREE PARKING AVAILABLE! But please make sure you don't use any of the parks in front of the museum. Drive past the museum building to find ample parking you can make use of :)

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