Follow: Immersive Movement Tours with BodyCartography Project

In Follow, a new BodyCartography Project commission, dancers lead you through our new art galleries on a unique tour that uses movement to explore art in new ways.

  • When Sat 20 Oct 2018, 11.00am–4.00pm
  • Where
    Toi Art | Level 5
  • Cost Free event
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This one-on-one walking tour activates your senses and encourages deep connections with the surrounding art and architecture. As dancers guide you through the new Toi Art galleries, even the simple act of opening and closing your eyes becomes a revelation. Immediate, personal, physical – this immersive movement tour will transform the way you experience art.

Follow has been commissioned for Te Papa’s collection, as our first intangible dance acquisition. Developed and choreographed by Olive Bieringa of BodyCartography Project, delivered by Kosta Bogoievski, Josie Archer, and Footnote dance company’s Anu Khapung, Georgia Beechey-Gradwell, Joshua Faletua, Tyler Carney, and Adam Naughton.


Click ‘book now’ above, and select your time, or turn up on the day to see if there are any places.

Tours run for half an hour from 11am–4pm.

Tours are also offered:

Follow was formerly known as Walk with me.



Josie Archer performs Follow on Toi Art’s opening weekend. Photograph by Jo Moore. Te Papa

About BodyCartography Project

Olive Bieringa (NZ) and Otto Ramstad (USA) collaborate as the BodyCartography Project.

2018 marks the 20th anniversary of BodyCartography Project, whose work began in public spaces across the Wellington waterfront and the San Francisco, Bay Area. They currently reside in Oslo, Norway.

They are deeply invested in the power of live performance to facilitate a re-enchantment of embodiment, relationship, and presence.

They have created performances, installations, films, workshops, talks, festivals and curatorial projects around the world presented by institutions such as the Walker Art Center, Forecast Public Artworks, Public Art St Paul, Minnesota, Performance Space 122, NYC, Portland Institute of Contemporary Arts, Lyon Opera Ballet, Lyon amongst others.

Upcoming projects at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis.

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