A Faint Existence

A Faint Existence is a powerful physical meditation on impermanence, fragility and mortality in the age of climate change. Kristina Chan’s performance explores the enormous impact our existence en masse as a geophysical force. It speaks to our microcosmic existence on a macrocosmic scale, as a singular body encounters elemental forces and physical transformations.

Through precision, intuition and exceptional physical virtuosity, Chan uncovers our complex connection to the environment, our desire to make change, and the feelings of helplessness that derail our best intentions. Acclaimed composer James Brown creates a live electronic score that connects to the intricacies of the choreography in a shifting environment designed by Clare Britton.

Presented by Dancehouse in partnership with the Victorian College of the Arts School of Dance as part of Dance Massive 2019

A Faint Existence

Kristina Chan
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Sat 16 - Sun 17 March

Sat 16 March, 7:00pm
Sun 17 March, 2:00pm
(45 Mins)

Victorian College of the Arts, Studio 221
234 St Kilda Road, Southbank

Tickets $28* $22¤  $15┴
Full *  Concession ¤  Locals & Members ┴

Warnings — Contains loud sound and strobe effects
Accessibility — Wheelchair access, companion card

Choreographer & Performer
Kristina Chan
Clare Britton
Lighting designer
Benjamin Cisterne
James Brown
Victoria Hunt
Development dramaturge
Tahli Corin
Fenn Gordon
Daniel Boud