34 Little Collins Street
(access via lifts on Mcilwraith Place)
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“We accept the reality of the world with which we’re presented.” -The Truman Show, 1998
Signal issues is a performative, guided installation commenting on our relationship to space in the light of a society increasingly governed by surveillance, power and control. Since COVID-19, cities and communities are faced with new obstacles in determining how we negotiate public space and social interaction.
Spatial Practitioners, Athiqah Ahmed and Dasha Tolotchkov, invite you to a performative viewing of a series of experiences that interrogate our behavior in social spaces. Through choreographed movement blended with objects and dialogue, the performers inhabit and transform the carpark. Questioning issues of surveillance and power, the performance takes the audience on a collection of manipulated encounters that project the question;
“Who is in control?”Register to attend in person