Creating Interactive contemporary performative works
Followed Me

Performance

Creating multi-disciplinary performance experiences.

Followed Me

Followed Me

Followed Me is an intimate durational transmedia work which explores the choices people make in online/offline relationships and the ramifications of these decisions. It looks at the way people use their social media and communications channels, shaping the individual audience experience on profiles built on information taken from these channels.

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Weighted

Weighted

Weighted is an experiential audio piece exploring the physical impact of becoming a parent. Real stories from many mothers parenting experiences are shared and highlight the exhaustion, love and medical experience of having a child. It invites audience members to carry weights on their bodies in a gallery.

This piece was a part of a residency in parenthood in Sydney, Australia in 2016.

So Far Away Yet So Near

So Far Away Yet So Near

This piece questions what is real and what is not. It also challenges what is live and what is not.... Exploring the in-between realm and the effects of Globalisation on the human psyche.

With a performer in the Netherlands and one in Brisbane, Australia, we used Skype & The Waterwheel. The development and showings took place at LaBoite Theatre as part of the 'Scratch' Program.

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Journey

Journey

The Performance:

This story is set in a world fractured between being connected online and connecting in person. Two people share an office. They see each other every day, they’re online with each other everyday- but when they both decide that things need to change, it confronts how they communicate and the closeness of their relationship. This is not a love story.

This new contemporary theatre work is co imagined from the minds of an ensemble of community groups from all over South East Queensland. Together we are giving voice to the changing ways of communicating.

What is it designed to do?

Journey is designed to engage community groups in the Theatre creative process, to increase participants’ performance skills and increase regional centres access to Contemporary Theatre experiences. In doing so this contributes to a sense of self and community identity through participating in the process and through seeing and hearing theirs and others’ stories through Theatre.

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