Bangarra Dance Theatre’s first-ever, fully immersive installation work opening at Carriageworks



Opening on 4 December 2019, Knowledge Ground is a free, fully immersive installation experience that celebrates Australia’s leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts company and its landmark 30th anniversary.



Accompanying the installation is a new digital platform of the same name, offering a whole new dimension of the Bangarra experience. Three years in-the-making, Knowledge Ground is an ever-evolving digital archive sharing Bangarra’s songline with online visitors around the world.


Curated by Stephen Page and Head of Design Jacob Nash, visitors to the Knowledge Ground installation can navigate a series of thematic worlds, created using unique elements from Bangarra’s productions - including set, costumes, artefacts, AV projection, language recordings and film footage of the Bangarra dancers. Each world explores the themes that are central to Bangarra’s work – Country, Language, kinship, social, history - and provide an opportunity for visitors to connect to the song, dance and stories that Bangarra have been sharing with audiences for the last 30 years.



KNOWLEDGE GROUND: 30 YEARS OF SIXTY FIVE THOUSAND

Dates: 4th to 14th December, 2019 Times: Wed 4 December: 12noon – 6pm Thu 5 December - Fri 6 December: 10am – 6pm Sun 8 December – Saturday 14 December: 10am – 6pm Late opening times to be advertised soon.

Location: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh, New South Wales Price: Free More information: Bangarra website and Carriageworks website



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