A new solo performance by Justin Shoulder introduces the figure of Carrion: a post-human spectre that has the ability to shape shift
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What does it mean to be human, in an era when our destructive influence over the planet is redefining the laws of nature? A new solo performance by Justin Shoulder introduces the figure of Carrion: a post-human spectre that has the ability to shape shift.
With an ego driven by nostalgia, Carrion wanders an archaeological site uncovering objects. As Carrion’s journey unfolds, we glimpse startling new truths about simulation, consumption and worship in an age of excess and acceleration.
Time Out has two double passes to give away to the opening night of Carrion, part of Performance Space's Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art at Carriageworks, on Wednesday October 25, 9pm (prize value: $70).
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