A moment for healing and reflection through gentle dancing and rainbows. Hiromi Tango will perform a live expansion of her installation work New, Now 2021 on the final weekend of SOLID GOLD: Artists from Paradise.
Hiromi Tango will inhabit New Now 2021 during Darkest Hour, where she and the Rainbow Dancers will interact and respond with gentle, improvised exploration. Take your time and be present in the moment, and forget for a while, the chaos created around us.
Featuring: Hiromi Tango, Richard Causer, Brittany Gunther, Nadia Milford, Jake Mclarnon, Michelle Barnett, Riannon Mclean, Bellainda Hood, Tiana Pinnell.
Amplification: Affirmation: Reclamation: Location, Spirit, Song
This is a call for healing through sound. Using an archaeological sieve and a 44-gallon drum fitted with an “irrigation sound system” Libby’s work amplifies instruments of occupation, reclamation, classification, extraction, and greed. Harward’s performance joins the call of many First Nations people around the world by making loud “…the sound of sieving ourselves through the mechanisms of ongoing colonisation to prove our existence under the oppression of foreign law.”
Part site-specific musical survey, part esoteric experiment in collective dynamics, three exciting musical acts come together to create a 4D experience that summons Sanctuary. This is a curated experience from HOLIDAY MAKER RECORDS featuring new collaborative work by renegade Gold Coast bands Donny Love, Smells Like Nanas House and The Oogars. HOLIDAY MAKER RECORDS is an artist-run Gold Coast label focused on creating immersive worlds around its roster of multidisciplinary artists.
It’s feeding time. Gathering speed and momentum, a gang of raucous lorikeets pursue an enticing seed-clad woman on her way to the beach. In this new performance work by Adrienne Kenafake, Rushour is an M1 slipway between the wild, the new, the locals and the weekenders.