Mortality Talking: Gas Bag
with Victoria Spence
Sat 9 March, 6pm-7:30pm
Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh 2015
Drawing on her practice as a performer and as a consultant and celebrant in end of life and after death care, Victoria will craft an open conversation in response to what you want to know about what happens before, when and after we take leave of this mortal coil.
A performative conversation assessing our death literacy, with examples from behind the scenes in the death care industry.
If you would like to ask a question to Victoria directly or contribute a story or experience, you can contact her here.
Artists: Victoria Spence (performer), Annette Tesoriero (dramaturg).
To respond to the questions that will form the content of this work, and to go into the draw to win tickets to the Clubhouse event of your choice, see here and enter a draw to win a double pass to a $10 Clubhouse event of your choice.
MORTALITY TALKING: GAS BAG is a Clubhouse event, part of Performance Space’s ongoing series of one-off talks, lectures, film screenings and special events geared at generating discussion on topics related to the season’s program. MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH is a program of international and Australian works exploring the ultimate driving force of life: our fear of death. Pack up your most primal fears and your brightest hopes, and join us for an inspiring three weeks of participatory performance, unsettling installations, contemporary dance, food preserving workshops, discussions about the great beyond, and much more!
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