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AFTERGLOW: Shifting > Shapes and Fem Menace

BY Kabuku PR | 19-Oct-2017
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists will present the world premieres of two provocative works by First Nations artists as part of their final Afterglow Season for 2017. @PACT_Sydney
Venue: PACT Centre for Emerging Artists
Address: 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville
Date: Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th November 2017
Time: From 7pm
Ticket: Pre-sale from $20; and at the door from $25
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AFTERGLOW: Shifting > Shapes and Fem Menace
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists will present the world premieres of two provocative works by First Nations artists as part of their final Afterglow Season for 2017.

Afterglow showcases new works by some of Australia’s most compelling emerging performance makers. A double bill, Shifting > Shapes will be presented by Thomas E.S. Kelly (of Karul Projects) and Fem Menace by Cheryn Frost.

An intense and highly physical work, Shifting > Shapes explores the idea of shapeshifting and true identity through contemporary choreography combined with voice and physical percussion. The work extends from Kelly’s cultural practice as a proud Bundjalung and Wiradjuri man of Queensland and New South Wales.

Alongside performers Tahlee Leeson and Catherine McNamara, Frost will present Fem Menace, a powerful work that explores the idea of the monster within us all. Through a kaleidoscope of music, spoken word and physical performance, Fem Menace invites the audience into a surreal, fragmented party. A Yuwaalaraay woman, the work echoes Frost’s passion as an advocate, feminist and creative.

Launched in 2015, Afterglow celebrates artists that take risks, test ideas and devise unique methods of audience engagement.