|July 13||7.30 pm|
|July 14||10.00 pm|
|July 15||9.00 pm|
A man throwing stones into a canal in Belgium, with two children watching him from behind. But something’s not quite right: he’s not actually throwing them into the water; he’s throwing them at a sitting duck! Faced with this situation, Australian artist Nicola Gunn tries to get him to stop, but in vain. For Gunn, an artist drawn by human relations and the links between personal experiences and social structures, this episode is the wellspring of a whole series of questions about peace, conflict, violence, ethical relativism, the role of art. And out of it is born an enthralling, sharp, unexpected performance: using the rhythm of a portable stereo, and intertwining text, visuals and choreography, in an explosion of energy, it raises questions about human fragility, creativity and the border between art and life.
ITC MolariAccessibility: accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
via Orsini, 19
performance in English with Italian subtitles
full price 13€ / reduced price 11€
ideazione, drammaturgia, regia e performance Nicola Gunn
coreografia Jo Lloyd
musiche e sound design Kelly Ryall
AV design Martyn Coutts
lighting design Niklas Pajanti
costume design & construction Shio Otani
script dramaturg Jon Haynes
produzione e tour manager Gwen Gilchrist
traduzione italiana Andrea Spreafico
con il supporto di Australia Council, Victorian Government con Creative Victoria, Mobile States, the Besen Family Foundation, Punctum Inc. Seedpod program, Arts House’s CultureLAB e Maximised by Chunky Move.
ph. Sarah Walker