The opening of Albedo Crabsody will commence with a temporal moment, a live 4-minute performance to transcend the corporeal through being energy. The energy is created through being and becoming the ghost of Bon Scott, the singer/songwriter of Crabsody In Blue. Energy is demonstrated by the alchemical transmutation of mixing the Albedo, water and sound refraction, sonic looped incantation, sculpture, video, smoke, wind and choreography.
The Albedo Crabsody installation that continues after the performance is like the ectoplasm of the ghost, the reminder of energy.
Bon Scott’s mother taught 6-year-old Cancerian, words and tunes during crossing the ocean coming from Scotland to Australia. Before moving to Freemsantle, Scott learned to swim and dive in Melbourne’s Footscray pool, and never lost his love for swimming. As an adult, Scott earned a living crayfishing and scraping barnacles beneath boats. A few crabs were caught during his musical career and were healed by the blues ointment, a verse in his song Crabsody In Blue. The Albedo is the cleansing ointment and the whiteness experienced after the blackness and the blues of the Nigredo.
At 7:15pm on Friday the 7th August there will be a 4 minute Bon Mott performance.
 A play on Rhapsody In Blue by George Gershwin.
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