Body of Water. Urban Water Performance Group at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, March 1-2 2014. An intervention in Queensbridge Square on te our perceptions of water and the history of the Yarra River.
Performers: Stuart Grant, Gretel Taylor, Peter Fraser, Helen Smith, Yoka Jones, Kevin Lo, Bronwen Kamasz, Uncle Larry Walsh, Dale Gorfinkel. Outside eye, blog: Zsuzsi Soboslay. Stills: James Geurts.Urban Water Performance Group
Short flat long black white?
A cafe cabaret intervention inspired by our serious love of coffee and coffee culture. Somebody’s Aunt asks ‘do you speak coffee?’ and delves into both our enthusiastic reception and our rejection of products and peoples coming to our shores. Set to music by Canberra composer and cellist Helen Way and singer-songwriter Zsuzsanna Soboslay.
Performed as part of You Are Here festival, March 2013, at The Co-Op Food Shop, Acton and LOnsdale St Roasters; also for Refugee Week, Smith’s Alternative Bookshop, Civic, Act, JUne 2013.
Somebody’s Aunt is an ensemble of Canberra women creating dance theatre since 2005 – integrating movement, dance and spoken word, often with a political edge. Artistic director: Jane Ingall.
Performed as part of You Are Here festival, March 2013, at The Co-Op Food Shop, Acton and Lonsdale St Roasters; also for Refugee Week, Smith’s Alternative Bookshop, Civic, Act, June 2013