Return to earth with Bushland in Tasmania this March

Posted 31 January 2019 in News

Following its acclaimed sell out run at Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne, we are excited to be staging our audio work Bushland in Tasmania as part of Ten Days on the Island festival programme from the 9 – 11, 15 – 17, 22 – 24 March 2019.

“A hauntingly beautiful journey… about how we become just another part of the land.” – Witness Performance

You can find info on the piece and the full programme here.

About Ten Days on the Island and Bushland
Ten Days is Tasmania’s state wide arts festival. Since its inception in 2001, it aims to showcase Tasmania’s finest artists alongside the world’s best.

For 2019, Ten Days has been re-imagined. For the first time, the Festival will be spread over three weekends, reaching audiences across three diverse regions of island. This years festival is led by Lindy Hume, an acclaimed international festival and opera director. She directed the Sydney Festival and Perth Festival and is a passionate advocate for the arts in regional Australia.

Lindy selected our work for Ten Days after experiencing Woodland at Brighton Festival 2018. Bushland is an adaptation of that work, tailored for the unique impacts of the Australian temperate forest, and informed by local forensic experts, ecologists and Aboriginal knowledge. For Ten Days, Bushland will be shown across all three regions and weekends of the festival, the only outdoor work to do so.

Exhibition:
8 -11 March, Cradle Mountain, from 10am to 5pm on the hour, every hour
15 – 17 March, Cataract Gorge Reserve, from 10am to 5pm on the hour, every hour
22 – 24 March, Mount Wellington, from 10am to 5pm on the hour, every hour