Incomplete Ever Unfolding is a platform conceived for a small audience setting within a specific heritage site. The intent is to offer intimate audience experience giving a sense of the moving-body to evoke awareness of our shared history and humanness.
The Museum of Local History - Nov 2020 Apr 2021
The Museum of Local History is a dawn journey that draws us into landscape and historic architecture.
The process uses a 1890's hut as a research site and performance space. It is a responsive study where we have physically mapped and explored the land, structure and story of the site. Intrinsically we sense and imagine the ghosts and traces of experiences that are there.
You will be invited to enter the space to see the delicate and precise reflections of the moving body. You will hear sounds, taste smells, and feel the atmosphere as we journey in the space. We hope you will take this experience with you into your day.
Audience is strictly limited.
The work is conceived and made by Lee Pemberton and Olivia McPherson
Supported in development by Merrigong Theatre and Performing Lines digital residency
Incomplete, ever unfolding 2018
Exploring where past and future meet
A suite of physical theatre vignettes inspired by heritage, landscape and stories haunted by the marks of early settlers. These were made, performed and created by local people. and presented at Tanja's historic Community Hall.
Dancers and co-creators, Kyall Shanks, Leif Helland, Delia Silvan, Siobhan McKenna and Lee Pemberton with evocative sound scores. by David Hewitt