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GOOD EVENING APOCALYPSE... go to THE REMIX PROJECT ... go to DUST ... go to UTOPIA...

GOOD EVENING APOCALYPSE

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Two believers holed up in a cellar, waiting... for The End. Desperately trying to make sense of their situation, they are alternately caught in useless struggles to save themselves or accept the inevitable.
An ode to our never-ending fascination with the end of the world, Good Evening Apocalypse toys with the fear and anticipation of not knowing what's going to happen when the final countdown runs out.
Combining dance, sentient computer monitors and copious spillage of dairy products, Good Evening Apocalpse is a darkly playful show about clocks ticking to the beat of our attemps to slow the ultimate countdown.
Good Evening Apocalypse will be on at PACT centre for emerging artists during the week of April 15th - dates and times to be announced. This will follow two weeks of final development in March.
We need your help to realize this project - visit our Pozible page here to donate and help us acheive this boundary-pushing hyperreal homage to all things apocalyptic.

Choreographed by Emiline Forster
Performed by Matt Cornell and Emiline Forster
Music by Austin Har
Artistic Associates Angela Goh and Joshua Thomson

 

GOOD EVENING APOCALYPSE... go to THE REMIX PROJECT ... go to DUST ... go to UTOPIA...

THE REMIX PROJECT

Choreographed and Performed by Emiline Forster, Alison Plevey and Leek Griffin
Music Terry Hart
Crack Festival Oct 2011 -as part of "This Is Not Art" Independant, Emerging & Experimental Arts Festival, Newcastle
Originality is dead. Embrace the remix. Feast on a collision of dance, sound and video as it exists only here and now.

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GOOD EVENING APOCALYPSE... go to THE REMIX PROJECT ... go to DUST ... go to UTOPIA...

DUST - SYDNEY FRINGE FESTIVAL

Location: PACT Centre for Emerging Artists in September 2011
Read more about Dust below.

DUST- WINNER - MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL 2010 BEST DANCE

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Perched in the midst of a gaping chasm, one woman defends her home against the ultimate destruction. Willingly stranded in an absurd world of paranoia, she fights everything and everyone.
Inspired by the story of Glenn Beutel who refused to leave his home in Acland even as an open-cut coal mine was built around him, Dust is a timely comment on the devastation wreaked by mining and our inability to find a better solution. The individual is pitted against big business and all levels of government - the only question now is how long one person can fight before the bulldozers arrive and insanity sets in.
With a potent mix of dark humour, thick black dust and a touch of the bizarre, Dust uses dance and video to interrogate the mess we ourselves have made and the neuroses that arise from open protest. It's a challenging, satirical and passionate journey as one woman tells you what she really thinks.

Choreographed and performed by Emiline Forster.
Dust is a development of Exposure.

www.melbournefringe.com.au 2010

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

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GOOD EVENING APOCALYPSE... go to THE REMIX PROJECT ... go to DUST ... go to UTOPIA...

UTOPIA

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Welcome to a technological paradise.

Utopia is the ultimate pinnacle of human invention, where people and technology are in perfect synthesis and speech has been forgotten. Flesh and blood interaction is a thing of the past, but an extreme reliance on digital communication means that, for four people, apocalypse lies just beneath the surface.

The work will take the current prevalence of digital communications and extend it to hyperbolic proportions, questioning how human relationships can be stripped of that ‘human’ component.

Emiline Forster in collaboration with Alison Plevey, Leeke Griffin and Sean Marcs.
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists


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