Greyness and Infinity uses observed microbial processes to develop blueprints for the emergence of a durational choreography for objects and performers, with audiences invited to come and go as they please. Borrowing poetics from microbial transformation and processes of mutualistic symbiosis, Greyness and Infinity makes visible the labour of the microbial world through mediated conversation and dancing action. It is a meditation on social togetherness, care, and sensitivity.
Dramaturge: Lizzie Thomson
Underbelly Arts Festival and Lab, September – October 2017
with Angela Goh, Lucien Alperstein , Mark Mailler, Megan Payne, Patricia Wood, Paul Walker, and Shota Matsumura
RMIT Design Hub in Why Listen to Plants? by Liquid Architecture, curated by Danni Zuvela – November 2018
with Lucien Alperstein, Shota Matsumura, Megan Payne, Jimmy Nuttall, Evan Loxton, Amaara Raheem and Arini Byng
Greyness and Infinity has been supported by Underbelly Arts, Liquid Architecture, Bundanon Trust, ReadyMade Works, RMIT Design Hub and AusDance NSW
Images from early-stage research at Bundanon, through Underbelly Arts (December 2016)