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exploring the body as a story


Geologies is a contemporary performance installation with dancer, string quartet and print based installation exploring the body as a story, paralleling deep time recalled through ideas of lineage and themes of ‘river’.

 “Arriving in the night, she considered ten words that had formed through the journey to this place, the one she is in now carried from that she had left”.

Geologies will premiere at the Theatre Royal as an overture to the Unconformity Festival in Queenstown (14-16 October).

Dancer – Wendy Morrow
Composer and visual artist – Leigh Hobba
Musicians – Thibaud Pavlovic Hobba leading the Southernwood String Quartet

Duration: 50 minutes (no interval)

Patron’s advice

Book early. There is limited seating with audience seated on-stage, no entry for latecomers and restricted accessibility.

Geologies is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, Australian Government, Catalyst – Arts and Culture Fund and the Unconformity.

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Theatre Royal
29 Campbell Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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