Frameshift

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Travel 200 years through time in this free multi-disciplinary performance, an Australian-Korean collaboration.

[Sponsored] Witness a mind-bending performance packed with aerial theatre, interactive technology and B-boy dancing in Frameshift, a new co-production by Stalker Theatre, Korean vertical performance group Creative Dandi, and Seoul b-boy group Drifterz Crew.

Creative Dandi and Drifterz Crew will be performing all manner of acrobatic tricks in a multi-layered set that includes aerial rigs, circular tracking and a climbing gym.

Each night at 8.30pm on the Customs House forecourt, audiences will be transported to Korea in 1926, 2016 and 2106, as they’re asked to consider how humans must relate to their past as they move into the future, grappling with the implications of rapid urbanisation and the fragmentation of communities.

Light projections will illuminate the scaffold. These projections are the result of the body motion-sensing technology that turn the dancer’s configurations into a light show.

The performance is running during the City of Sydney's Lunar Lanterns Exhibition and is part of Art & About, the City of Sydney’s year-long program of ‘art in unusual places’. 

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