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Ecosexual Bathhouse by PONY EXPRESS // RECKLESS ACTS at PICA
Fringe World Festival 2017
24 - 28 Jan | from 7.30pm – 10.30 pm, sessions start every 30 minutes
Tickets from $29 |

Are you eco-curious? Are you environmentally-oriented? Into getting dirty? Let go of your inhibition and embrace a new sexual identity where the biosphere becomes your lover.
Ecosexual Bathhouse plunges you into an immersive labyrinth of intimate encounters and sensory interaction.

Sprouting from the Eco-Sex Manifesto by Dr Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, ecosexuality is a burgeoning queer identity that positions the environment as an erotic partner.
Ecosexual Bathhouse imagines a world where this identity is on the brink of becoming mainstream, where those of green persuasion have a place to express their deepest ecological desires.

Let’s create a safe space to get in touch with nature and celebrate biodiversity – because if we can learn to the love the Earth, maybe we can save it.

Artists // Pony Express (Loren Kronemyer + Ian Sinclair)
Performers // Alicia Osyka + Jacinta Larcombe
Creative Producer // Sarah Rowbottam
Production Manager // Karen Cook
Horticultural Consultant // Sue Dempster, Boxed Green
Bathhouse Regulars: Liam Colgan, James Daley, Amber Fresh, Jennifer Jamieson, Rex Monsoon, Tyrone Robinson, Zoe Hollyoak
Sound Design // Alex Last
Ceramics, Smells, Wears // Charley Imogene Spencer, Peter Milligan, Cat Jones + Pony Express
Images // Matt Sav

Presented as part of Reckless Acts, PICA’s bold new program at FRINGE WORLD Festival 2017. Ecosexual Bathhouse has been supported by LOFT, an initiative of The Blue Room Theatre, supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, was commissioned and developed through Next Wave’s Kickstart program for Next Wave Festival 2016 and was presented at Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art by Performance Space, Sydney 2016. This project has also been supported by PICA’s new performance model.
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