"Mine, Abandoned" is a 6-minute dance film by Invertigo Dance Theatre featuring a stunning duet in stark surroundings. The film was shot in an abandoned mine in the Mojave. The piece is rooted in shared strength - two people who know one another deeply but continue to find new layers. They relate to one another without predefined gender roles - both dancers lift one another in virtuosic and inventive ways, and they relate to one another in quirky, personal moments.
"Mine" is also available as a live performance. A winner of the 2016 McCallum Theatre Choreography Festival's Grand Prize.
Choreographed by Laura Karlin, in collaboration with the dancers
Danced by Jessica Dunn and Alex Malachi Middleton
Music by Zoë Keating
Camerawork by Laura Karlin and Joe Lambie
Colorist: Glyn Gray, StirStudios Design
Thanks to Fiona Karlin and Isak Ziegner for onsite help, and to Alex Carpenter for editing advice
To learn more about Invertigo Dance Theatre and its community programs, please view our 2018 EPK.