Sydney Festival has just announced one more performance of its special 'all nude' edition of Nude Live – where audience members go nude. They've also announced one more regular performance (i.e. where audience members wear clothes). Both are on Tuesday January 24.
Nude Live takes place after hours at the Art Gallery of NSW, and is choreographed by Sydney Dance Company artistic director Rafael Bonachela in response to Nude: Art from the Tate Collection. Nude dancers from SDC perform within the exhibition space, which results in a feast of food-for-thought about the human form unclothed.
Why go to the nude edition? It's not (purely) about exhibitionism; it's also about having a fuller experience that encompasses a spectrum of body types, and also allows you to reflect on social and cultural protocols around nudity.
Arguably, doing Nude Live in the nude is the ultimate way to experience this unique (and entirely sold out) show.
The final "nude audience only" edition of Nude Live takes place Tuesday January 24 at 7.30pm. The extra "clothed audience only" performance is on Tuesday January 24 at 6pm.
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