Festival Program

Performance

Collected Odysseys: Black Sea

Sat 25 Aug, 10am
Immigration Museum

An Illimine installation featuring thousands of inked books. Engaging with The Odyssey as a narrative, a journey, a material book and a process of questioning and telling one’s own story, it references contemporary journeying in both its positive and harrowingly tragic manifestations.

This session is free, no bookings are required.

Presented by Immigration Museum

Duration

7 hours

Session code

8211

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Session Artists

Illimine is an international collective of multimedia artists, performers and academics. Illimine practices a transdisciplinary dialogue around gesture, duration, expanded poetry, and site-specific art. Its way of working is entirely non-hierarchical, with ownership of intellectual and artistic property shared between all contributors to the process of thinking / doing. This translates into durational performances integrated with multimedia installations. Illimine has performed and exhibited nationally and internationally since 2013, with exhibitions at Counihan Gallery (Melbourne); MAAM, DIF (Rome, Italy); Lucarini Contemporary, Trevi (Italy); Performance Arcade (Wellington, NZ).

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