Texts for
Helen Grogan,
Specific In-Between

SPECIFIC IN-BETWEEN (the choreographic negotiated in six parts) is a series of performative and discursive activities approaching the choreographic within current art practice. The project adopts a flexible and responsive format, with each of the series’ six parts developed in conjunction with participating artists, choreographers and theorists. Online writings and materials accompany this project, some appearing intermittently.

Occurring within the gallery context, an iteration of Helen Grogan’s SETTING marks a changing space of activation on the surface of Gallery 1, ACCA. 55 laminate flooring panels are arranged in 6 configurations over 6 weeks, adapting to the spatial and social requirements of artists’ live contributions to the series SPECIFIC IN-BETWEEN (The choreographic negotiated in six parts).

Participating artists: Gwenneth Boelens, Deanne Butterworth, Justin Clemens, Emily Cormack, Matthew Day, Atlanta Eke, Brian Fuata, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Nathan Gray, Helen Grogan, Bianca Hester, Becky Hilton, Shelley Lasica, Katie Lee, Bridie Lunney, Kate MacNeill, Sandra Parker, Geoff Robinson, Philipa Rothfield, Charlie Sofo, Benjamin Woods, Wrong Solo, and other contributing artists and audiences.