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The Infirmary by Triage Live Art Collective

7 - 18 Nov


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A love poem to the body

What Did She Think? took part in Bushland at Royal Botanical Gardens this week. A love poem to the body and the forest, Bushland takes you step by step through the process of decay in the midst of nature. Read the full review.

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The Director show program

Get to know more about creator of The Director Lara Thoms and performer and charismatic Funeral Director Scott Turnbull by reading the show program for this work.

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Mere Mortals playlist

From classic hits such as Live and Let Die by Guns N’ Roses to Bring Me To Life by Evanescence, get pumped for Mere Mortals by playing these timeless tributes about death on repeat.

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Mere Mortals audio introduction

Will McRostie from Description Victoria introduces While You Sleep and The Infirmary though an audio description. These two Mere Mortals works will have audio described sessions available that can be viewed here.

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Lara Thoms

Creator of The Director Lara Thoms discusses her practice and the importance real life and people play in her art making.

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The Infirmary trailer

Participants become patients immersed in a hospital ward in the new performance work by Triage Live Art Collective.

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The theatre of funerals

Lara Thoms explores the feasibility of creating a new space for people who want alternative options when they die. [$ paywalled]

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Bushland excerpt

Listen to an excerpt from the visceral and meditative Bushland by French & Mottorshead that is presented as part of Mere Mortals.

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Mere Mortals

Take a peek beyond the shadows as we lead you through a serious, wonderful and playful season. View and download the season 2, 2018 program guide.

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The Big Apple

Split by Lucy Guerin Inc. that premiered as part of Dance Massive 2017 at Arts House is a New York Times critics pick – congratulations!

Arts House acknowledges the traditional land upon which we are located, of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation, and pay our respect to Elders both past and present and, through them, to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.