image

Sete Tele and Lisa Hirmer
Presented by Tasdance at the Junction Arts Festival

Final Call out for participants!

There are only a few places left for households to be involved in this unique project!

Led by artists Sete Tele (based in Perth WA) and Lisa Hirmer (Canada) Drinking Water is a participatory installation dance performance work that encourages all communities to transition to new ways of sharing water.

If you think you and your household might like to ‘harvest’ water over a few weeks in your homes with the help of Sete and Lisa, then we want to hear from you! Each household will be tasked with gathering or ‘harvesting’ water on/ in their respective homes. The artists Sete and Lisa will personally visit each household in the lead up to the Junction Arts Festival to devise a water gathering process appropriate to each home, with local and environmental conditions taken into account. You will be asked to chart the ‘harvesting’ of your water over a few weeks.

Your ‘harvested’ water will be brought to Tasdance on Sunday September 9th where the water will be celebrated and tasted. Then the water will be ‘danced’ to Prince’s Square to join the Acoustic Picnic at the Junction Festival and to finally transfer the water into the Fountain…..if this sounds like something you want to participate in, we would love to hear from you!

If you and your household are keen to be part of this art work, please contact Tasdance no later than Wednesday August 15th at info@tasdance.com.au

Tasdance