A symphony for performer and object, Aggregate Topographies explores eroding landscapes through a play on architectural objectivity. It looks at ways in which environments can be constructed and deconstructed through the manipulation of tangible objects, across extended periods. The work draws upon the principles of minimalism, line and hierarchy, specifically taking from Nick’s detailed explorations in brutalist architecture and the queer body in performance.
Nick implores the use of the various mediums and objects, ranging from found debris to heavy concrete forms; constructing environments which impose upon the proletarian realities of their users, aiming to find balance between the physical body and the loaded environment.
This project is supported by the City of Greater Geelong through its Community Arts Grants Program and by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Opening Launch performance:
Fri 6 Jan, 6:45pm-7:15pm
Wed 11, Sat 14, Wed 18, Sat 21 Jan | 2-6pm (open viewing)
Fri 13 and Fri 20 Jan | 7-8pm (entry by sliding donation)
Concluding Performance Season:
Wed 25, Fri 27, Sat 28 Jan, 7pm (Ticketed Event)
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