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Final presentations program

Friday August 25
7:30 pm     Garden
Festival opening with introduction and refreshments at the Garden Bar


8 pm    In and around the Brick House
performance and opening of:
"Museum of Fears - including The Sculpture Garden, Gift Shop and Annex"
Jo Cook (CA/US)
Wesley Mulvin (CA)
Peggy Diggs (US)
Drawing, painting, crochet, concrete block, steel, wood, rope, rock, fabric, sharpie, mylar, found objects, light, performance, plastic, and snails
Each morning she ties sisal, plastic thread, wool, and string into knots to make a wailing wall for our fears. He carries his fear across the threshold up into the tree and lives there. While the other one is a little confused, in the end everything will be O.K.

"Museum of Fears - including The Sculpture Garden, Gift Shop and Annex" ongoing through Sunday and open every night until 11 pm.


8:30 - 9 pm    Museum of Fears
Bring your paper currency to the Museum of Fears to be stamped.


9 pm    Divadlo Jo
"Shallow of breath - racing in the mind.
It has to do with fear, I don´t know.
If someone scares you then you jump.
It all depends ..."
Angela Chong (SG)
Lucy H G (US)
Klara Elenius (SE) and Karina Dichov Lund (DK) of E.K.K.O
with creative input from Emma Nodanfors of E.K.K.O
Interactive and immersive dance, video, and text

Video performance by Cat Jones (AU)
Original music from Memory Collapse : Lambs Gamble ( George Cremaschi /Fritz Welch)
They Were Gentle and Pretty Pigs : George Cremaschi /Greg Goodman/Mats Gustafsson
Translation by Petra Podlahová

Thoughts on fear contributed by:
Carolina Bäckman (SE), Gabriella Grundemar (SE), Beben (ID), Tze Pin Khar (SG), Kelvin Tan (SG), Gul Cagin (1st generation US/TR), Michael Sakamoto (3rd generation US/JP), Eric Smail (US), Alvin Gregorio (2nd generation US/PH)

Interviews in Singapore conducted by Ezzam Rahman, Ghazi Alquidcy, and Sazeli Jalal


10:30 pm   In Museum of Fears
"what's your fear dear?"
Lady Gaby (RO/AU)
Spoken word performance


Saturday August 26
7:30 pm   In and around the Brick House and Garden
Museum of Fears, Sculpture Garden, Gift Shop, Annex and Garden Bar open.
Museum, Gift Shop and Annex open until 11 pm.

7:30 - 8 pm    Museum of Fears
Bring your paper currency to the Museum of Fears to be stamped.

8 pm   Divadlo Jo
"DER GROSS CABARET"
DER GROSS CABARET:
Gaby Bila-Günther (RO/AU)
Stone (DE)
Daniel Černý (CZ)
Richard Ketner (SK)
Štěpán Jelínek (CZ)
with images from Fereshteh Toosi (US/IR)
Music, video, slide projection, interactive performance
Come and bite your fears with the theatrical performance that will delight all your senses. If you´ve never been afraid before, you will now by Gross Cabaret´s menu of events. We will put angst and fear on your plates, so swallow them the best way you see fit.


9 pm   Garden, Gallery 1 & 2, Window Galleries, CESTA building north wall exterior
"PISCES VORAT MAIOR MINOREM
                (NIGREDO)"
boo!:
Ruth Sergel
(US)
Paulina Velazquez Solis (CR/MX)
Luigi Coppola (IT)
Susan Hawkins (AU/UK)
Olivia Pisani (AU/UK)
Mixed media interactive performance installation tour
This tour looks at the possibility of transcending the boundaries of control.


Sunday August 27
7:30 pm   In and around the Brick House and Garden
Museum of Fears, Sculpture Garden, Gift Shop, Annex and Garden Bar open.
Museum, Gift Shop and Annex open until 11 pm.

7:30 - 8 pm    Museum of Fears
Bring your paper currency to the Museum of Fears to be stamped.

8 pm   Gallery 3
"BUG"
D GROUP:
Matt Warren (AU)
Sally Rees (AU)
Lena Marie Stuart (CA)
Jean-Yves Thériault (CA)
Performance installation
BUG utilizes methods of both maintenance and transgression of hygiene in tandem with the patterns of viral transference to explore molysomophobia: the fear of infection.


9 pm   Starting in the Garden
"Mezi 152 x 03"
CHEN, IMMANUEL, NISHI, KASEKI, SORVILLO, ALLBEE:
Sherwood Chen (US)
Isak Immanuel (Atlantis)
Kanoko Nishi (JP/resident of US)
Yuko Kaseki (JP/DE)
Paige Starling Sorvillo (US)
Liz Allbee (US)

Performance installation
Cutted the land.
Like underground water, "Mezi 152 x 03" explores multiple boundaries of sense orientation and human contact in a live performance environment.




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