Anna McMichael and Louise Devenish
Five new works for violin and percussion, inspired by handwritten letters from scientists describing how they feel about climate change. See the show; contribute your own letter; or do both.
Friday 24 February, 3–6.30pm
Saturday 25 + Sunday 26 February 11am–3pm
Friday 24 February, 7.30–8.30pm
Saturday 25 February, 4–5pm
Rosny Barn has a sloping, paved floor. If you have any general accessibility questions about the Rosny Barn, please contact Clarence Arts and Events on +61 (3) 6217 9607.
Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief
In a separate building, on request.
Companion Card holders can book a free ticket for their companion when buying tickets. Your Companion Card will be requested at the door.
Concept, performer (violin), co-creator: Anna McMichael (appears courtesy of Monash University)
Performer (percussion), collaborator: Louise Devenish (appears courtesy of Monash University)
Installation design and video animation : Nick Roux
Composers and film design: Cathy Milliken, Damian Barbeler, Bree van Reyk, Daniel Blinkhorn, Kate Moore
Letters from ‘Is This How You Feel?’ concept: Joe Duggan
Sound recording: Haydn Buxton
Videos: Karl Willebrant, Chris Cody, Lucian Fuhler
Photos for Bloodwood Variations: Nina Frankova
Clarence City Council, Australia Council for the Arts, Australian Research Council, Monash University, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
$30 / $20
Maximum of 8 tickets
Maximum 8 tickets per person.
Children under 2 free on the knee.
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance.
Waitlist forms will open up once events have sold out.