REAR VIEW CO-COMMISSION

It’s been difficult to keep our lips zipped on this juicy co-commission with our friends at Vitalstatistix in Adelaide… we are supporting the creative development of Rear View, a new live performance and cinematic event created by Anna Breckon and Nat Randall.

Following the incredible success of their most recent work, The Second Woman (presented at Liveworks in 2017), Anna and Nat will develop a new work shaped from the archive of women in cars across Australian and Hollywood cinema. The work follows the journey of two women travelling between Broken Hill and Sydney, exploring the vehicle and road as a rich cinematic site for the embodiment of female emotion.

Anna and Nat will be developing the work as part of Vitalstatistix’s Incubator program which supports the creative development and premiere of new art and performance works. We’re excited to support the development of this new work and can’t wait to see what Anna and Nat create!

 

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