OCEAN’S SKIN

TOPOLOGY & HEIDI DUCKLER DANCE THEATRE (USA) - WORLD PREMIERE

Ocean’s Skin brings together “probably the most important creators of contemporary classics in Australia today”, Topology, and one of America’s most acclaimed contemporary dance companies, Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, to immerse our senses in an exquisitely beautiful blend of music and movement.

A spiritual navigation of the soul, that reaches beyond skin-deep to gently touch our inner being.

Ocean’s Skin is the creation of Composer/Musical Director, John Babbage, and Artistic Director/Choreographer, Heidi Duckler, renowned for innovative site-specific works in non-traditional spaces. The piece reflects their fascination with the sounds and life-forms of the heavens and seas.

In this spell-binding piece, four dancers and five musicians will merge at South Bank’s Whale Mall, where ethereal sounds and Babbage’s new water instrument will create Ocean’s Skin.

EVENT DETAILS

Tue 23–Sat 27 Sept
11am, 1pm & 3pm - 20 minutes (no interval)
Whale Mall, Queensland Museum, Cultural Centre
South Brisbane
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Share House Art Auction

10 ARTWORKS INCLUDING: PAINTING, GRAPHIC NOVEL, SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, JEWELLERY

In lieu of album notes and lyrics in our album cover, we have commissioned 10 artists from Australia and the Philippines to create artwork inspired by music from Share House. Each artist was given a track from the album to prompt the creation of a piece of art in their medium of choice. The result: 10 magnificent original works ready to find their forever homes.

100% PROCEEDS TO REBUILD HOUSES

Buy an art piece and donate to a worthy cause! These artworks just keep giving. A silent auction will be held with 100% of the proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity, Philippines to rebuild homes that were devastated in the recent Typhoon Haiyan calamity.

FREE CONCERT

Come along and enjoy Topology’s famous “tortured remixes” of popular tunes in a free private performance while you ponder which piece of art you’d like to bid on.

*Bookings essential.

EVENT DETAILS

FRI 24 October, 7pm
ARTISAN, 381 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley

FOR MORE INFO:  Call 07 3254 1492

THE ARTWORKS

“YOU MAY LAUGH”
by Avid Liongoren - Cartoonist/ filmmaker (Philippines)
Digital illustration

 

“PILLOW” inspired by “Sleep”
by Craig Goddard - Sculptor (Australia)
Band-sawed drawer made from a solid piece of silky oak

 

“GLARE”
by Erik Liongoren - Fashion and music photographer (Philippines)
Large photo print

 

“LAVALIERE”
by Chris Osborne - Photographer (Australia)
Photo taken on 35mm film, printed on watercolour paper, text handwritten in pen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“LOVE SCENE”
by Michelline Syjuco - Sculptor/ jewellery artist (Philippines)
Hand-beaten brass cuff dipped in silver, then oxidized and distressed, with purple Charoite stones

“GLARE OF FIRE”
by Heather Faulkner - Photo Media Artist (Australia)
Large framed photo print

 

“SPIRAL”
by Matt Cunnington - Tattoo artist (Australia) at Westside Tattoo
Watercolour

 

“LOOK UP” inspired by “So Long”
by Dax Tee - Graphic designer/ Manga illustrator (Philippines)
28-page printed graphic novel

 

“VAGUE MEMORIES”
by John Reid – Graphic designer (Australia) at LoveHate Design
Mixed media

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“STATIC MATHEMATIC” inspired by “Static”
by Peter Hudson – Visual artist/ painter (Australia)
Watercolour

Tunes From The Tube

TOPOLOGY & THE KRANSKY SISTERS PRESENT

Topology reunites with their favourite Sisters from Esk to create musical mash-ups from popular TV and film.

After a successful Holland tour, Topology and The Kransky Sisters plan another concert. A rehearsal weekend-stay at the Sister’s house brings unexpected distractions when Topology move in their TV set for a movie nightŠ breaking life-long Kransky family rules. What follows is a musical trip of nostalgia for Topology and a daring delve into the darker side of modern day addictions for the sheltered siblings from Esk.

Featuring a new set of “topologised” tunes combined with the Kransky Sisters’ eccentric brand of music interpretations. A must-see for fans of music, TV and film!

5-13 December 2014
Wed-Fri 7pm | Sat 6.30pm + 9pm

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