$30 General Admission
$20 First Nations
MATTHIAS SCHACK-ARNOTT AND COLLABORATORS
In the world premiere of Tethering, Matthias Schack-Arnott returns to The Substation to create a vast and intricate world of interconnected sound. Using a range of repurposed and recycled materials, Matthias creates a musical world in which quivering threads of sound populate the performance space, transferring energy through a thrumming network of manmade and organic materials.
Building upon his research into the physicalisation of sound through kinetic systems, Matthias has created an ambitious work in which massed sounding objects chatter in playful relationships to each other.
Driven by Matthias’ propulsive percussive playing, and made in collaboration with a team of leading designers, Tethering is a visceral, trashy and fun exploration of the materiality of sound.
Lead Artist: Matthias Schack-Arnott
Lighting and Technical Design: Bosco Shaw
Dramaturgy: Samara Hersch
System Design & Robotics: Nick Roux
Design Consultant: Kate Davis
Technical Director: Keith Tucker
Producer: Michaela Coventry
Artist Interns: Niki Johnson, Georgia Gamper and Zane Edwards
There will be a post-show artist talk on Friday 14 April.
The post-show artist talk on Friday 14 April will be Auslan interpreted by Cindi Boychuk. Cindi will be available from 7.15pm pre-show for any audience members requiring an Auslan Interpreter.
This performance is wheelchair accessible and gender neutral accessible toilets are available.
The seating provided for this performance will be chairs with backs in a seating bank. There will also be a limited amount of spots on the floor on mats.
Commissioned by The Substation, Finding Our Voice and Unconformity.
Supported by Musica Viva Australia, Australia Council for the Arts and The Substation.
Finding Our Voice is supported by UKARIA, Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, an Australian Government initiative, and the following individuals and foundations: Ulrike Klein AO, Berg Family Foundation, The Yulgilbar Foundation, The Aranday Foundation, Playking Foundation and Julie Kantor AO.
Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative.