Featured photo by Alex Apt Photography.
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists will be presenting an exciting evening of performance, music and art in PACT Salon: APACTALYPTIC on Saturday 5th May.
Curated by French-born multi-disciplinary artist Cloé Fournier, APACTALYPTIC brings together some of Sydney’s most provocative artists to examine, explore and reflect on the ends of the world.
Throughout the evening, APACTALYPTIC will present a curious collection of performances including dance, theatre, circus, music, video and visual art – and invite audiences to participate and revel in the trappings of life itself.
“I remember living through 1999 thinking I was going to die because Nostradamus said so!” said Fournier. “But as much as it has been predicted more than once, we are still here. At present, the end of the world sometimes seems like it’s all around us. What I’m excited to ask is – what does this word ‘end’ really mean?”
PACT Salons are one-night-only mini festivals that showcase eclectic new works from compelling emerging performance, visual and media artists. Salons are where performance, party and critical dialogue collide to form a unique interactive experience. Curated By: Cloé Fournier Performers: Marian Aboud, Alex Apt, Omer Backley-Astrachan, Sharon Backley-Astrachan, Tom Christophersen, Eliza Cooper, Imogen Cranna, Marina De Bris, Cloé Fournier, Skye Gellman, Joanna Griffiths, Shannon Johnson, Emalyn Knight, Hamed Sadeghi and Vicki Van Hout.
PACT Salon : APACTALYPTIC is made possible by the City of Sydney through the Cultural Grants Program and Create NSW an will play 6pm, Saturday 5th May at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists [Facebook] – 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville. Tickets $15 pre-sale. $20 at the door.