Everything is Everything



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EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING is a live performance ritual that presents a moving mediation on our innate desire for human interaction and connection. A collaboration between actor/artist Andrew Fraser and interior architect Victoria Punturere will transform the MPavilion into an abstracted social landscape, inviting audiences to experience and partake in a responsive work that observes our collective desire for understanding. Multi-dimensional in nature, the performance seeks to investigate how our everyday experiences and connections are informed and compared through a collection of past and future consciousness.

The work, featuring six performers, will fuse choreography, text and improvisation together to perform an interchange of solos, duets & ensembles with a series of wearable configurations created by fashion designers Betty Liu, Lucinda Connelley & Kit Valerio. The performers and pieces will engage in dialogue with the MPavilion, accompanied by an original score from Robert Downie.

This event is part of our our youth expressions of interest, engaging collaborators aged 15–25.

This event is supported by RACV.

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