Khalif Diouf (LE1F)
Musical Score by:
Daniel Stricker and John Kirby
10:00 AM - 9:30 PM
CARRIAGEWORKS, TRACK 3
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VIA ALICE IS AN IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY FILM, AND LIVE SOUND + DANCE PERFORMANCE THAT INVITES AUDIENCES TO EXPERIENCE THE STRENGTH AND DIVERSITY OF CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN KNOWLEDGES, CULTURES, AND IDENTITIES.
JOIN AMERICAN ARTIST, PRODUCER, AND DANCER KHALIF DIOUF (LE1F); ALONGSIDE INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN DANCER, CHOREOGRAPHER WAANGENGA BLANCO (BANGARRA DANCE THEATRE), AS THEY TAKE US ON A JOURNEY ACROSS COUNTRIES AND CULTURES FROM MPARNTWE (ALICE SPRINGS) ARRERNTE COUNTRY, GADIGAL LAND (REDFERN) THROUGH THE CENTRAL DESERT, MARLINJA, AND ONWARD TO THE NORTHERN REACHES OF THE CAPE YORK PENINSULA.
ARMED WITH THEIR INCREDIBLY DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS IN DANCE AND PERFORMANCE, KNOWLEDGE PASSED DOWN FROM COMMUNITY ELDERS, AND THEIR OWN UNIQUE METHODS OF STORYTELLING, WAANGENGA AND KHALIF TAKE US ON A STUNNING JOURNEY TO DELIVER AN INSIGHT INTO LAND AND CULTURE, WHILST ULTIMATELY, THROUGH ARTISTIC COLLABORATION, EXPLORE THE MEETING POINTS BETWEEN STORYTELLING AND DANCE.
JOINED BY A SUPPORT CAST INCLUDING ACTOR, DRAMATURG, AND SONGMAN RICHARD GREEN (SNOWTOWN, BOXING DAY), AS WELL AS MEMBERS OF THE PHENOMENAL KARDAJALA KIRRIDARRA, ELEANOR AND JANEY DIXON.
VIA ALICE IS ACCOMPANIED BY AN ORIGINAL SCORE COMPOSED BY DANIEL STRICKER (MIDNIGHT JUGGERNAUTS, SIBERIA RECORDS) AND JOHN KIRBY (SOLANGE, SEBASTIAN TELLIER), AND FEATURES NEW WORK BY KHALIF DIOUF, AND KARDAJALA KIRRIDARRA. ALSO FEAT. RICHARD GREEN, AND WAANGENGA BLANCO.
Carriageworks – Track 3
245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh
The main entrance at Carriageworks leads to all venues within the building
For a map click here
Redfern station is about an 8 minute walk
Macdonaldtown station is about a 10 minute walk
Newtown station is about a 15 minute walk
Nearest stop at Codrington Street and City road is a 5 minute walk
Buses: 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352
For further advice on how to get to Carriageworks, please visit https://transportnsw.info/
Bike lanes on surrounding streets and bike racks on site
Parking on-site at Carriageworks is free; there are about 80 car spaces available.
To get to the car park enter at 229 Wilson Street, opposite Queen Street.
Carriageworks is a fully accessible venue. There is a wheelchair ramp at the main entrance at 245 Wilson Street, and level access at all entrances. Access from the car park is all on the ground floor. All venues within the building have level access and disabled seating available. Restrooms are fully accessible.
Conditions of Entry
Patrons over the age of 18 can enter with a ticket.
Please do not bring any outside food or drinks.
DO NOT BRING
Illicit substances, weapons, pets, antisocial behaviour, alcohol
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