60 mins
Sun 22 Oct 5:30 PM
Bay 20, Carriageworks
Wheelchair Access

General Admission


Presented by Performance Space & The Art Gallery of New South Wales


Eisa Jocson (Philippines) returns to Liveworks, after wowing audiences with her trilogy of works Death of the Pole DancerMacho Dancer and Host in 2015. 

Corponomy is a new performance lecture that reflects on entertainment, labour and fantasy-production that drive Jocson's work. From pole dancing to macho dancing; from hostess to princess studies, Jocson's performances unpack identity and gender formation, seduction politics and Filipino social mobility.

Drawn from the artist's personal archive of research material, Corponomy is a documentation of movement transmission and training, and a live demonstration of different systems of physical exercise that transform the body.

Corponomy is commissioned by Esplanade -- Theatres on the Bay, Singapore for da:ns festival.


Latecomers will not be admitted. 



Bay 20, Carriageworks

245 Wilson St,
Eveleigh, NSW, 2015
Wheelchair seating is available in this venue. Please phone 61 2 8571 9111 at least 24 hours in advance to reserve these seats.