A Requiem for Anastasia: Artist Talk

 

Sydney Environment Institute in partnership with The Living Room Theatre present an artist talk and showing of ‘A Requiem for Anastasia’ – the first artistic output from a SSSHARC funded Pop-up Research Lab.

The talk and showing by Michelle St Anne offered insight into the earliest stages of the theatrical knowledge translation process, exploring this idea of performance as an innovative means of mobilising research surrounding shock climate events and their impact on vulnerable communities.

Made by Michelle St Anne – The Living Room Theatre and Sydney Environment Institute

with
Alicia Gonzalez – Actor
Lian Loke – University of Sydney
Roma St Anne – Actor

Original sounds by Alexandra Spence

Timestamps

02:25   What Inspired Anastasia?
06:40   How do Spaces Influence Performance?
09:10   The Wonders of Collaboration
12:50   Active Audience Experience
15:55   Opening-Up the Creative Conversation
20:00   Writing from Sound

This event took place at the East Sydney Arts and Community Centre, Darlinghurst on Saturday 28 October 2017.

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