Nicola Gunn (Australia)
Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster is the story of a man, a woman and a duck. The work is disarmingly simple - exploring in depth the moral conundrum of what one should do if one comes across a person throwing rocks at a sitting duck - but gradually becomes increasingly complex. Accompanying the text is a rhythmic electronic soundscape and intense physical choreography shifting from the unnecessary and incongruous to the comic and strangely affecting.
Gunn calls into question the ethics of intervention with a confrontation on peace and conflict, moral relativism, and the very function of art.
Intrepid Theatre is delighted to welcome back this returning UNO Fest and Intrepid Presents artist all the way from Australia with this profoundly funny new work that is part dance, part theatre, and entirely hypnotic.
"NICOLA Gunn’s theatre is tantalising, entertaining, ridiculous and often bewildering in the best possible way. This marvellously eccentric, charming and mischievous performer has created yet another stylish, inventive and startling work... mesmerising and unforgettable." Herald Sun, Melbourne
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