This morning, we pulled our shopping trolley (full of props, clothes, and stuff) on a dirt road from the house we were staying at to Kangaroo Flat station. A 45-minute brisk walk.
We overlooked to take a photo as we were too mesmerized by a herd of kangaroos.
“Quick! Take a photo of the kangaroos!”
Later in the evening, we took a photo of the trolley at the station to prevent further regret. We have to document the trolley.
This is what the trolley on the dirt road might have looked like.
If you had a child, what food item would they be?
CARROT. My son adores carrots to the point of obsession – carrot themed decorations, carrot tattoo (fake), carrot toys etc.
CHOCOLATE HEART. My chocolate heart that walks around outside of my body, sweet & delicious out there in the world.
We are looking into symbolism in performance.
Jude asks how engagement with audience at this early stage of our process may influence the form of the work? Are the activities we have undertaken with our potential audience simply creative research, or could these activities (list making, curious questions) be incorporated into the final artwork?
One of us is off to Europe, then one of us is off to have a baby (cake). We were serious when we said: this is a performance project and life project whisked and folded into one.