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Fri 22 Sep 2017, 7:00pm–7:45pm
Fri 22 Sep 2017, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Sat 23 Sep 2017, 7:00pm–7:45pm
Sat 23 Sep 2017, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Sun 24 Sep 2017, 2:30pm–3:15pm
Sun 24 Sep 2017, 6:00pm–6:45pm

Where: Jewell Station, 15A Union St, Brunswick, Victoria

Restrictions: 15+

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  • General Admission: $30.00
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Listed by: lighthousef9x

Among a handful of overseas dance/performance productions under Melbourne Fringe 2017, Lighthouse was first developed in Hong Kong by Stella Tsui and Brian Ting at Guest Host Ghost Festival and has been growing with a tour in Stockholm for Stockholm Fringe Festival, Bergen for Norway Fringe Festival Bergen and finally lands in Brunswick.

As a tribute to Francesca Woodman, and a dear artist and activist friend Chin Tangerine who passed away in 2015, Lighthouse brings slices of the stretched capacity of life and invites both the performers and the audience to take a closer look at their own lives. The performance is especially set at a private home in Brunswick, aiming at creating a strange, refreshing and intimate experience in which audiences are extremely close to performers, while daily life objects such as a refrigerator and a toilet are in sight.

Lighthouse is a highly intimate piece, not just in terms of the content but the space, as audience will be in someone’s semi-transformed living space witnessing, documenting or even shaping the dialogues that the performers make in the performance. The piece is intimate with time as well: the lighting relies principally on sunlight, as the performance progresses, the angle, the intensity, and even the colour of sunlight gradually change, and hence it establishes a dialogue with this slow transformation of time.