Rawcus presents Sea Symphony

Rawcus is excited to be collaborating with Kate Hunter and Rea Dennis to create a new audio/video installation for 1 audience member at a time. 

Step inside. Shift your attention to nuances of light and sound, and travel beyond your senses
Celebrate the sea as a unique connector of us and our stories.
A wooden phone box, invites you in. Once inside, take a seat and close the door. Soft light spills around you. A soundscape ebbs and flows.
A mix of audio/video installation, vocal manipulation, and verbatim conversation featuring the award-winning Rawcus ensemble, Sea Symphony celebrates humanity and the natural world. Listen with your eyes, see with your ears: at once local and global, present and remote.
Step inside … and be transported.

Dates: 1 – 12 May
Times: 7.30pm – 1.30pm | Weekdays
8am – 2pm | Weekends
6pm – 10pm | Everyday
Location: Theatre Works Courtyard, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda
Access: Sea Symphony is an audio work with visual projections that complement the soundscape. The experience takes place inside a purpose built booth about the size of a phonebooth. Sea Symphony can be experienced as an audio only work. There is also an option to experience Sea Symphony as a visual work with captions. The listening booth is not wheelchair accessible. A version of Sea Symphony is available on an ipad if the booth is not accessible to you. During presentation times there will be a staff member present to help audiences access the work. You can speak to them about your needs and preferences.
Tickets: click here to book or for more info
Cost: Free

Credits:

CONCEPT & DESIGN BY
Rea Dennis
Kate Hunter

FEATURING
The Rawcus Ensemble

PRODUCED BY
Rawcus

AUDIO AND VISUAL CONSTRUCTION
Kate Hunter
Rea Dennis

SOUND DESIGN
Kate Hunter

DESIGN, FABRICATION AND ELECTRONICS
Jem Savage

ADDITIONAL CODING
Benjamin Savage

AUDIO MIXING AND MASTERING
Leo Dale

 

Sea Symphony is supported by the City of Port Phillip Love My Place Grants Program and Deakin University School of Communication and Creative Arts.

Rawcus receives organizational support from the Victorian State Government Creative Victoria’s Creative Enterprise Program, The City of Port Phillip’s Key Arts Organisation Program, and the Shulu Foundation.

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