Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Innocence of the Apocalypse

Innocence of the Apocalypse is an immersive installation supported by City of Yarra and will be part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Incorporating projection, illustration, performance and sound the collaboration brings together projection artist Yandell Walton, and illustration and street artist I & The Others (Kirrily Anderson).

The audience will journey through a dark and arcane world in which children dwell, shadows flicker, lights play tricks and sounds echo. A post apocalyptic world created within the confines of an abandoned building hints at a future inhabited by young people who, by necessity, have taken on responsibilities beyond their years. Taking the audience on a dark journey they will gather at a meeting place in Collingwood to be ushered to the secret destination. Children manage to survive in this unfamiliar and unpredictable environment. Have they evolved rapidly, or is there an innocence that remains regardless of their surrounds?

This is one exhibition you don't want to miss and I've been looking forward to this since I & The Others first told me about it.

Due to the nature of the event you need to book your place, be quick as place are limited so bookings are essential.

Innocence of the Apocalypse
Where: Secret location in Collingwood
When: Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September 2013, two sessions each day 6:45pm and at 7:45pm
Website: www.innocenceoftheapocalypse.com

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