Ejaculates stars that
are born and die
all sorts of dimensions
racing in and out of our timelines”
Love in SPACE is a sci-fi spoken word epic. It’s the story of two lovers travelling from galaxy to galaxy exploring themselves, the universe, and all the strange and dangerous things in it; alien art collectives, sex in dimensional vortexes, lazer guns and the end of creation itself. Featuring an enigmatic soundscape and psychedelic video projections, Love in SPACE pushes spoken word poetry to its wild, theatrical and colourful extremes. Written and performed by Perth’s performance poetry maverick Laundry Man with a soundtrack by Robin Woodward from WA band More Options.
“and I’m so in love with your footprints in the stardust
I can follow them back to the poem you’re from”
This show contains rapidly flashing colours and hence may not be suitable for audience members with epilepsy.
This event is part of Last Fridays – TiNA TAKEOVER.
Last Fridays presents after-hours access to Newcastle Art Gallery exhibitions, a drink at their pop up bar and a diverse program, changing monthly. This month, This is Not Art (TiNA), one of Australia’s leading emerging arts festivals is taking over the Newcastle Art Gallery. TiNA CoPresenters’ Critical Animals and Crack X, alongside Special Guest WE DON’T DANCE will pop up in the Gallery presenting installation art, poetry performances, live music and more.
Laman Street will be buzzing with more TINA events next door at the Library, presented by the National Young Writers’ Festival.
Last Fridays is supported by Create NSW’s Audience Development Fund, a devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries of NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.
This is Not Art is supported by the City of Newcastle.