THE GREAT ATTRACTOR No. 2

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PETER FRASER & DALE GORFINKEL
SOUNDS LIKE MOVEMENT

SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER at 6pm
KXT – Kings Cross Theatre

‘It’s a psychedelic and absurdly wonderful experience!’ Lisa Romeo, Toorak Times

If you want something gloriously unorthodox… a focus on listening and seeing that is simple, delightful and captivating… then these guys are for you. This is a rare opportunity to see and hear two remarkable Melbourne artists perform together in Sydney. It’s spellbinding for all ages –  bring your children too!

Two ‘holy fools’ investigate a pile of objects and materials and disassembled musical instruments. They reorganise, reshape and reimagine it. They gaffer it into gigantic shapes, play with it, motorise it.

Sounds Like Movement is an installation, a capillary system of breaths and sounds, a machine; a recycling centre where matter transforms, crumbles, changes into light and dances with humans. Idiosyncratic, interactive, strange, surprising and gently funny, Sounds Like Movement invites you to take the pulse of everyday materials like plastic tubing, paper, toys, fishing rods and crumbling polystyrene.

Dale Gorfinkel and Peter Fraser treat Sounds Like Movement as a band devoted to the experience of listening. It can include kinetic sound sculptures, noise-making clothes, footpump-powered modified trumpets, automated vibraphone and human-sized origami. Absurd, curious and playful, their work invites audiences of all ages to tune into the wonderful friendship of sound and movement.

For more info including video and full review: soundslikemovement.tumblr.com

For video: youtu.be/oZCmykIoIAw

TICKETS
$20 at the door
$15 advance bookings through Eventbrite:

BOOK HERE


KXT – KINGS CROSS THEATRE
Level 2, Kings Cross Hotel,
244-248 William St, Kings Cross

For patrons who need lift access, please wait on ground floor, and theatre staff will take you up to the theatre prior to the performance. Children must be accompanied by an adult and present to ground floor bar on arrival.

FIND KXT – Kings Cross Theatre. Behind the Red Door, Level 2, Kings Cross Hotel. 244-248 William St, Kings Cross.

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