author: Sue Cheesman
source: DANZ QUARTERLY
Olive Bieringa, a first generation New Zealander, and Otto Ramstad, a third generation American, travel the globe by desire and necessity in order to connect with land, family, explore new cultural contexts and sustain their work practices in dance.
author: Lightsey Darst
Lightsey Darst previews the great dance film event that’s happening at Rogue Buddha Gallery in Northeast Minneapolis: Kinesthetic Kino will screen a number of films starting at 7 pm on
Friday, February 16. Go see! You’ll see.
author: Alys Longley
Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad’s BodyCartography Project has played an important role in the New Zealand improvisation community, through their regular visits here for the development of award winning site specific performances for the Wellington Fringe Festival,
author: Otto Ramstad
source: Contact Quarterly
The senses develop in sequence: kinesthetic, touch, smell and taste, and then vision. When our vision is developing we associate it with all the other sensations that we have that have more fully developed.
source: Evening Post
It was an afternoon of glitz and glamour for Wellington theatre as the Fringe New Zealand Stellar Awards were handed out last Sunday. Big Congratulations!!! to the BodyCartography Project who were the overall winners at Fringe 2003 with their dance and music ensemble, LAGOON.
author: Jenny Stevenson
source: The Domion Post
A huge crowd packed into the Frank Kitts Lagoon surrounds on a perfect Saturday night to view what has become for many the definitive Fringe event- the annual charting of a public place by the BodyCartography Project.
author: Sherri Cruz
source: Star Tribune
Today, one of the busiest shopping days of the year, several people plan to go to Nicollet Mall and gleefully dance down store aisles with shopping carts. But their carts will be empty. Gasp!
author: Jenny Stevenson, New Zealand
During the 1998 International Festival Of the Arts, Olive Bieringa and her collective of dancers, staged a month long performance project, The BodyCartography Project as one of the headline acts of the Fringe Festival.