- About the Work
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- Marketing & Engagement
A new movement work exploring the use of private digital communication technologies in public spaces
Elegantly simple and beautifully mesmerising....They filled the gallery space with movement, stillness, sound and silence. Each in their own technological world and yet together they reflect a collective question - unanswered it hangs in the air - then extended toward the watcher- an invitation to notice. Very powerful work. Thank-you.
Jillian Pearce, Artistic Director, Y Space/Act Natimuk
Audience & Marketing Notes
- PhoneHeads is both playful and thoughtful in being curious about the ways in which technology has changed our daily interactions - in our personal space, in our public spaces and within our own bodies.
- The work was created in an inclusive framework with disabled performers and prompts audiences to consider how technology includes or excludes people in our communities.
- PhoneHeads uses spaces such as galleries, foyers and forecourts to heighten an awareness of public space and to create a dialogue between formal art and our informal daily lives.
- PhoneHeads addresses complex questions about connection and communication through the sensory experience of movement and sound, gesture and observation.
10 years and up
PhoneHeads is a flexible work designed for public spaces