A brand-new physical performance by the award-winning Flipside Circus and Counterpilot in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse, Statum is a new kind of circus spectacle.
On average we produce around 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. Our lives are edited, recorded and uploaded.
Inspired by a series of techno-circus experiments, Statum explores the interplay between human bodies and technology – audiences are invited to inhabit performer’s bodies, analyse their heart rate, and explore the interplay between acrobats and the digital in this astounding re-imagining of movement and circus.
Flipside Circus and Creative Producer and CEO Robert Kronk said Statum is adventurous, exciting and “a bit risky”.
“We want to break down and re-imagine ideas of what circus arts and youth arts is” he said. “The combination of circus and technology in this project gives us an opportunity to really stretch our artists and the form.”
Nathan Sibthorpe Counterpilot director and Statum’s Co director shared that “We get to use technology to amplify, zoom in, splice open and reveal entirely new perspectives on the humans sharing our room! All the while somehow keeping the spirit of a good old carnival!”
Step inside a stranger and take a look around, this is going to get personal.
Director/devisor: Nathan Sibthorpe – Counterpilot
Director/devisor/dramaturge: Robert Kronk
Performer/design assistant/assistant director: Kelsey Booth
Devisors/Performers: Flipside Circus Performance Troupe
Lighting design: Christine Felmingham
Audio and sound design: Mike Willmett
Production and visual design: Jeremy Gordon
Software design: Clinton Freeman
Set design: Josh McIntosh
|Sat 30 May|
|Sat 30 May|