Milk Machines

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Saturday 29 September , 5:00 pm – 5.30pm

Watt Space Gallery 20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
  • Performance

Milk Machines is the experience of the contemporary woman, deconstructed and rebuilt, bones laid bare to pick through. Seeing as a woman; being seen as a woman, unpacking our shared identity and performing the journey through dance, film, and text.

 

This work was developed through Tantrum Youth Arts Trajectory Residency program, which is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, Create NSW and the Ian Potter Foundation.
Tantrum’s Trajectory Residency is an annual program that provides selected emerging artists or groups with space, mentoring and administrative and technical support to undertake the creative development of a new performance work here in Newcastle.
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Watt Space Gallery
20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery

20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery is an accessible venue with ramp or steps entrance, with reserved parking and accessible toilet.

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