SKY TIME 

IN COLLABORATION WITH THOMAS SCHMOCKER

A participatory live art work that will take audiences on an outdoor adventure to explore their relationship with the sky.

 

Interactive sculptures will be set-up outdoors for audiences to engage with including aeolian (wind-activated) instruments, a box of perspex with varied distorting filters that one can lay inside and view the sky through and tall acoustic structures that enable audiences to listen to sounds of the wind from above. 

 

Audience members will receive a backpack that contains objects such as binoculars, filtered sunglasses and pin-hole cameras which enable them to view the sky in different ways. The backpack will also include an orientation map providing directions to the sculptures and prompt-cards that offer suggestions for interacting with the sculptures and sky viewing objects. 

 

Audiences will be met inside a hosting art institution and guided outside to embark on a journey that explores what can gained through the act of sky gazing. (Perhaps we can each learn or affirm something about our personal relationship to nature and our place on this earth?) 

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MEANING - NOTHINGNESS

A solo using the format of a performance-lecture to explore processes of bodily and verbal meaning making.

Development supported by: INSISTER SPACE (Sweden) and Weld Theatre (Sweden)

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