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EVENT CANCELLED – Lost Species Day 2023: The Last Dance by Feral Theatre
2 December Free
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO SICKNESS. WE INTEND TO RESCHEDULE IT TO 2024.
To mark Lost Species Day 2023, please join Feral Theatre at ONCA Gallery and witness The Last Dance, a durational performance installation centred around a suspended sculpture.
Stay a few moments, half an hour, or for the whole afternoon. The performers will partner the sculpture in a strange dance as they navigate its form changing over the course of several hours.
Visually inspired by Louise Bourgeois’ suspended works, the piece is a study of loss, cycles and tipping points. How do we deal with irreversible change and the aftermath of loss? What happens when we face impossible choices?
The creation of this piece was commissioned as part of Yale Institute for Sacred Music’s Religion, Ecology and Expressive Culture initiative.
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