SPECTRUM PROJECT SPACE

Edith Cowan University

Building 3, 2 Bradford St, Mt Lawley

Check website for opening times

T 9370 6906

scca.ecu.edu.au/projects/spectrum

spectrum@ecu.edu.au

TRESPASSING

EXISTENCE THEATRE

1 - 22 FEB

 

TRESPASSING is based on four different female characters, who speak in their text lines about the complexity of gender linked to identity, social interaction, power and oppression; about the interaction of gender with other things like race, class, culture, religion, sexuality and consumerism. In monologues, as separated beings, they give insight into

their contradicting but daily routines. While one indulges in a compulsive desire to shop, another tries to build all her image around her higher education. And whereas one suffers from being born into a wealthy milieu, another crosses borders fleeing her country to simply survive.

 

Known for creating immersive and multi-sensory experiences, the artists will again take their audience on an intimate journey to celebrate the transcultural qualities inherent in Contemporary Society by breaking down the forth wall. A performance that get’s under your skin!

 

EXHIBITION of video/sound installations from 01. to 22. February (free entry)

 

PERFORMANCES showing on 01./02./08./09./15. and 16. February, each starting 8pm (70 min - no interval). Audience members are invited to meet cast and crew to exchange experiences about the work after the show.

Tickets for Performances available at

fringeworld.com.au/whats_on/trespassing-fw2019

Aasiya Evans, The Pestilence, 2017-18,

Digital image print on polyester, Image courtesy of the artist.

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