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The Index is a study on harmony and disruption.

  • Dates:Feb 23 - Mar 23
  • Venue:Cannery Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Cannery Arts Centre
  • Venue Address:Norseman Rd Esperance WA 6450
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Venue:Cannery Arts Centre
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors

Description

The project, which has been in development since 2014, is a response to escalating fear and terror in the world.  It strives to create an index of moments caught in performance, photographs and life that contribute to a sense of balance amidst an atmosphere of precariousness.

Director and performer Annette Carmichael and Photographer Nic Duncan have collaborated to create a series of photographs taken in a variety of environments, including sites of regeneration and industry. Objects in some of the photographs are designed by sculptor Kevin Draper and define the internal space.

Within the exhibition, hundreds of egg shells exist backgrounded by the work of textile artist, Janine McCrum and sound designer, James Gentle.

Free Performances: 6.30pm 22nd March & 3pm 23rd March

Location

SCOOP