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Location
On-site
The Substation, 1 Market Street, Newport, Victoria 3015, Australia
Dates
1–12 February 2022
Times
Tue–Fri 8–9pm
Sat 9–10pm
Format
Performance/​Music
Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible.

Admission

$50 General
$40 Concession

Tickets

Yung Lung is a party on Mount Olympus.

Yung Lung lays siege to the space as upright techno shatters sound barriers and video burns retinas in an abrasive communion between hard tech and baby-faced bodies. Dancers stomp around a god-like effigy by visual artist Callum Morton, while an extreme barrage of video content trawled from the depths of the digital universe rains down courtesy of music video director Kris Moyes. Sweat soaks through club regalia designed by Perks & Mini, while stage lighting by Bosco Shaw pulsates to the bass-heavy soundtrack of Melbourne techno experimentalist Chiara Kickdrum.

Yung Lung is a techno treatise and party prophecy where history is buried under feet that stomp beyond the information age.

CONTENT WARNING
Recommended for ages 18+. Contains strobe effects, loud music, adult themes, haze, long periods of standing and includes video content which some viewers may find distressing.

ACCESS
Yung Lung
is designed to be viewed while standing and audiences are encouraged to move about the performance space. If you require seating, please note this when booking or contact The Substation directly.

Yung Lung contains 50% visual content (ie. includes background music and/or sound).

For the performances at 8pm Wednesday 2 February and 9pm Saturday 5 February, an Auslan Interpreter will be provided from 30 minutes before the performance until 30 minutes after the performance. People who use Auslan are encouraged to advise The Substation at the time of booking.

This event is wheelchair accessible and accessible toilets are available.

CREDITS
Concept, Direction & Choreography: Antony Hamilton
Performers: Madeleine Bowman, Rachel Coulson, Marni Green, Samuel Harnett-Welk, Cody Lavery, Summer Penney, Ren
Understudy: Damian Meredith
Set Design: Callum Morton
Composition/Sound Design: Chiara Kickdrum
Lighting Design: Bosco Shaw
Costume Design: P.A.M. (Perks & Mini)
Video Content Creator: Kris Moyes
Video Content Assemblage: Kris Moyes, Antony Hamilton and Nicholas Moloney
Production Manager: Blair Hart
Production Coordinator: Siobhain Geaney
Stage Manager: Lyndie Li Wan Po
Executive Director & Co-CEO: Kristy Ayre
Producer: Kristina Arnott

Yung Lung was commissioned through RISING’s A Call to Artists initiative, a program supported by Creative Victoria, City of Melbourne and Besen Family Foundation.

Chunky Move is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, and through the City of Melbourne through its Arts and Creative Investment Partnership Program.

Yung Lung includes footage from the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.


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1 Market Street, Newport,
Victoria 3015, Australia

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Wed–Sat 12–6pm
Fri 12–8pm

We acknowledge and recognise the Ancestors, Elders and families of the Yalukit-willam of the Kulin Nation, who are the traditional custodians of the land that The Substation is on. We extend our respects to their ancestors and elders past, present and emerging, and to all First Nations people.

We are committed to continually improving our services to ensure our events can be enjoyed by all. If you have specific access requirements (including seating arrangements for events) please get in touch.

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