Potential sites for site-specific dance works. Click on the thumbnails to view larger versions.
The front garden under the hardwood trees. Some problems with mosquitoes and traffic noise from the road.
The front garden under the rambutan trees. Some problem with noise from the road.
The main driveway from the front gate. Audience will be parking on the left side.
The driveway towards the main house.
The lawn in front of the main house. A bit hot, except in evening. Clothes line is removable. This now has the 60 Turns sculpture on the left.
The terraces in front of the main house leading down to the ponds.
The walkway between the two ponds. Challenging for audience sightlines.
The terrace around the glass towers. Shady and cool.
The walkway between the pools leads up to this lawn. The swimming pool to the left. Audience can sit on the steps.
The upper pond. This is overlooked by the balai (above right) where the audience can be seated. We also have a small orange boat!
The balai next to the swimming pool. That lecturn can be removed. Audience can sit on the concrete surrounds. Wooden floor.
The swimming pool. Steps going down into it are on the near side. The far side is about 4’8″ deep. On the right are Balinese heads that spout water.
The walkway through the Taman Sari, the herb garden.
The Aman Damai stone circle in the Taman Sari.
The shaded lawn in the Taman Sari. This now looks different — it is paved with wooden sleepers, very uneven.
The back garden under the rambutan trees.
The tennis court. A bit hot except in evening.
The vine pergola in the tennis court. This is always shaded. Audience can sit here for tennis court work.
The open area underneath the kampong house. Again, stuff can be removed. Ceiling is rather low. Floor is terracotta tile.
Another angle of the open area under the kampung house.
The ikan kering area at the back of the kampung house. Possible for a split-level performance. Or audience can sit on the top level and look down on the lawn nearby.
The pavement next to the dance studio and artists’ studio.
The breezeway beside the tractor garage. Better if you have audience on both ends.
The central plaza. A bit hot at all times of the day.
The ‘white bone’ statue at the end of the loggia. There is plenty of audience seating on the steps. You can perform either on the steps, or on the grass. Feel free to touch the art!
The dog house! A bit grungy, but the tables make an interesting structure.
The view of the main house from the loggie. Audience can be seated in the loggia. Possible for a split level performance with some in the living room above, some in the dining room below. The grill across the dining room opens completely.
The back step entrance to the main house. Possible for a VERY small performance.