MAP: Movement Art Practice RESEARCH EXCHANGE
Otautāhi, NZ 2022
Body & Bone with Kelly Nash
A research practice residency exploring the principles of the ConTact C.A.R.E Flinchlock© Release discipline, approaching the sciences to the "common sense approach to real ease". Unpacking the threads of Leo Fong martial arts, Newton's Thrid Law, bone science, and somatic knowledge of matching (pressure), (Elizabeth A. Behnke) and more, lead to the inception of a somatic movement practice SomaTactics™, embedded with the principles of biomechanical impactology.
Pro Artibus Residency:
The Croft 2021
Artistic practice-research residency meeting 'ways we care' with Gesa Piper. A 2-week residency staying at the Croft, exploring moving with ice, transforming landscape, and the 'many faces of care' .
Hiljaisuus Residency 2019
A s a member of the Deep the Musical 2.0 working group lead by Theatre Artist Yuko Takeda, Goater joined the two-week artistic residency for artistic development.
The work was a development phase from the sold-out performance Deep: The Musical, which took place in the summer of 2018 in Vappantaiteen Tila, Helsinki.
Workgroup: Tanja Männistö, Elinsa Sarno, Maikki Palm, Georgia Goater, Yuko Takeda
Photo: Yuko Takeda
Featuring: Maikki Palm
Play Practice Artist Residency 2015/16
A one month dance residency hosted by Abhilash Ningappa, in Bangalore, India.
Workshop teachers and artists were Jasmiina Sipilä, Ajeesh K Balakrishnan, Janne Simokoki and Abhilash Ningappa.
Daily training, improvisation practice as well as choreographic development took place over the course f the residency. Georgie Goater developed a new choreographic duet Two in a Billion in co-creation with residency dancer Karlien De Savoy.
Residency participants: Chelsea Baxter, Neus Ferrer, Satakshi Nandy, Ludi Crous, Clotilde Amouroux, Giulia Modula, Anna Perrudin, Karlien De Savoye, Atul Kumar, Sarah Knight, Vanessa Warren
Photos: Abhilash Ningappa
Video: Two in a Billion
Beyond Technique Residency 2014
A one week inclusive dance residency hosted at Bundanon Trust, Illaroo Australia led by Philip Channells. Participanting performing dance artists of varying embodiments and perceptions from Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong took part in workshops and site-specific performance developments.
Teaching artists were Philip Channells, LeeAnn Litton (Strings Attached) and Tanja Voges.
Participants from New Zealand: Georgie Goater, Alisha McLennan Marler, Duncan Armstrong