Concrete Impermanence

From environmental disaster to personal trauma, Concrete Impermanence reveals the fragility of existence through a choreography of people and paper sculptures. Through these relationships and environments, this work draws on the universal experience of grief and loss, revealing the inextricable connection between individual and collective experience.

An ever-shifting series of states, landscapes and urban environments uncover the fragility of both the natural world and of existence itself.

Presented by Dancehouse as part of Dance Massive 2019

Concrete Impermanence

Alison Currie
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Sun 17 - Mon 18 March

6:00pm (60 Mins)

Dancehouse, Upstairs Studio
150 Princes Street, Carlton North

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

Warnings — Loud startling sound, haze, flashing strobe like light effects, recordings from disasters
Accessibility — 75% visual content, companion card

Alison Currie (in collaboration with the cast and Lewis Rankin, Jessie Oshodi, Carlie Angel, Amrita Hepi)
Alison Currie, Harrison Ritchie Jones, Stephen Sheehan
Sound design
Alisdair Macindoe
Lighting design
Matthew Adey
Audio visual
Jason Lam (KaboomStudio)
Creative assistant
Carlie Angel
Creative producer
Jason Cross
Costume design
Anny Duff (Goods Studios), shoes by All Birds
Objects design
Stephanie Forsythe, Todd MacAllen (Molo)
Set consultant
Stephen Hayter
Design consultant
Morag Cook
Access consultant
Lara Torr, Gaelle Mellis
Technical sound support
Sascha Budimski
Insite Arts
Sam Roberts