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  Conceived by Anne Niemetz and Carol Brown
Sound design: Russell Scoones

Lighting design: Margie Medlin
Choreography: Carol Brown

Sleep Scientist: Philippa Gander

Wearable electronics, media design and interactive sound: Anne Niemetz

Assistant interactive designer: Kenny Smith
Costume design: Christina Houghton
Text: Carol Brown, Alys Longley and Fiona Graham

Thank you: Adam Hayward, the BODY Festival team, Keith Lewis, Sean Curham, Sam Trubridge, the Waking Incubator team, Becca Wood, Rob MacDonald, David Rylands, Sarah Knox, David Goode and all others that have been involved in this project at some stage.

REVOLVE has been made possible through the support of NICAI, University of Auckland; Victoria University of Wellington; Massey Sleep/Wake Research Centre; Creative New Zealand. REVOLVE was seeded during the Waking Incubator project supported by Massey University and the Smash Palace fund (CNZ / MORST).

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Short biographies:

Carol Brown has over twenty years experience performing, choreographing and teaching internationally. Currently Senior Lecturer in Dance Studies at the University of Auckland.

Philippa Gander is a chronobiologist, she is currently the director of the Sleep/Wake Research Centre at Massey University. Over the years, much of her work has focused on the effects of the 24/7 society on sleep and the circadian clock, and the consequences for health and safety.

Margie Medlin is an artist and cultural curator working in the field of dance and the moving image. Margie became the director of Critical Path, Sydney, Australia's choreographic research centre in August 2007.

Anne Niemetz is a media artist and designer working with video, audio, installation and physical computing. In 2007 she moved to New Zealand, where she holds the position of Senior Lecturer in the Media Design programme at Victoria University of Wellington.

Russell Scoones Dunedin born, Russell recentlyreturned to New Zealand from London from where his compositions were performed in festivals, theatres, film and TV. He works as a music therapist at the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre and performs and writes songs for indie folk rock band The Verandahs.