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Live performance - Resident Artist Ali McCann with Musician/Composer Mat Watson

Together with resident artist Ali McCann and esteemed musician and composer Mat Watson (pictured left to right below), we invite you to join us for ‘Social’, an installation of sound, object and live performance for one night only in connection with her residency project Campus: A study of educational, domestic, and deep dark space (In perpetual flux) 2022.

The performance activates the space as a strange, other-worldly site for nostalgia, a living, breathing version of McCann’s photographs. It reveals her search through the shape-shifting tendencies of apophenia and binds the audience’s experience of nostalgia together as a sort of collective unconscious.

Join us for drinks from 6:30 pm. Performances will run from 7:00 pm in ten-minute cycles.

Entry to the gallery/performance space will be via the rear for this special one-night-only event.

Ushers will direct you. —Concept, Direction, Choreography, Set, Costume & Lighting Design: Ali McCann —Sound Designer & Composer: Mat Watson —Photography: Annika Kafcaloudis —Videography: Tim Hillier —Performers: Hanako Muller, Sascha Muller and Pearl Gross.

Date: Wednesday, 23 November, 6:30-10:00 pm. Performances from 7:00 pm.

Venue: correspondences 39 Sydney Road Brunswick VIC.

Event entry via the rear right of way, via Black Street (which runs parallel to Sydney Road).

Access is free. However, please reserve a ticket, as our space is limited. You can choose a ticket with or without a refreshment.

All proceeds go towards helping our space to continue doing what we’re doing.

Warning: This performance contains atmospheric strobe lighting and synthetic fog effects. Viewer discretion is advised. Please note: If you’re displaying covid-like symptoms, please rest and stay home.

Credits: The hero artwork pictured is a found image from a college yearbook c1970. For additional information on Ali’s residency, refer to her page here.

Images are copyright of the artists.

For more information and booking visit the Correspondences page.


Emma Thomson

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