Posted by Anne Hasegawa
17. May, 2012
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“A boundary-breaking exploration of circus through smartphone technology”
Immerse yourself in a digital world where virtual boundaries are pushed. Skye Gellman will present a colourful performance like no other at the Next Wave Festival this coming weekend. Connectivity and interactivity come together and perceptions are challenged through the guide of an iPhone in this unique show, as the audience experience fragments of the talented circus world. This one is an experience not to be missed!
WHEN: May 19-23, 25-27, 9pm (10pm May 25)
WHERE: Arts House, Meat Market, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne
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