Friday 3rd October 4:30pm Laneway between 800 and 876 Hunter Street
Saturday 4th October 7pm Laneway between 800 and 876 Hunter Street

Solo aerial performance in a laneway challenging the ideas of failure and success and exploring what it is to ‘Do’. It is a reminder to keep going, keep trying and to overcome the fear that is within us all.

lights creating shadow shadow and light projection work

Created and performed by Lynda Sanderson and Adrian Garner.

Lynda Sanderson: “Anyone is capable of creating deeply moving art.” – Budding aerialist, acrobat, artist, director, deviser and teacher Lynda Sanderson’s artistic philosophy draws from a belief that mindfulness cultivates stage presence. Influenced and Inspired by the work of Codhi Harrell, Debra Batton and Clare Bartholomew. Lynda is known for her distinctively fresh and captivating performances.

In addition to regularly performing at music festivals, theatres, outdoor venues and a big top circus tent, Lynda also has experience running circus workshops including aerial arts. From her base in Newcastle Lynda is committed to building the circus art form.

Adrian Garner is a designer slash electronics technician who likes to fix and hack old things to make them as interesting (or more) than the e-waste we’re often convinced to buy today. As a core member of The Roost Creative, Adrian provides web/tech support for local organisations and has also collaborated on art installations such as the multi player video game Moon F#*! and the upcoming Darby St Headphone P.A. Alternatively, Adrian also spends time distributing seeds in monthly packets which contain a wide selection of vegetables which are appropriate to the month and our climate, via his website