The BRIDGE at Plimsoll Gallery
The bridge is the space between two mirrors
You come in and go out of the mirrors
It is dark .It is loud. It is cold
It smells of metal and glass
The multiverse of the world we are in
It is our virtual reality
We will surrender. To the void in us
To the static living somewhere
We will see and feel . Something. Someone
-Luke John Campbell-
The BRIDGE is the second work in a trilogy of cross art form investigations. Inside an avatar, surrounded by darkness and witnessed only as a reflection, Luke is exploring the conceptual space between who we think we see and our expectations of them.
Viewers will question what and who they are seeing and consider whether they judge a book by its cover.
Lead Creatives: Luke John Campbell, Matthew Fargher, Jason James, Alex Moss, Bryony Geeves
Partners: Performance Space NSW, Tasdance, Constance ARI, Rosny College, Rosny Barn, Moonah Arts Centre, Performing Lines Tasmania, University of Tasmania,Taiko Drum Tasmania.
This project is made possible through the generous support of Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Tasmania and RANT Regional Arts, Sidney Myer Fund, Creative Hobart, Westpac Foundation, Aussie Broadband
ACCESS Please let us know if you have any accessibility requirements. We have AUSLAN and audio describers ready to go but need to know when you are coming so that we can plan. Please indicate your requirements at checkout. Don't hesitate to drop us an email or give us a call. We honour all companion cards.
Please note this performance will include strobe-like lighting, and strong themes.