Collision Course is a project conceived, choreographed and co-directed by Garry Stewart and produced and co-directed by Carmelo Musca. It involves a series of bodies colliding in mid-air captured in extreme slow motion at 1500 frames per second. Collision Course includes a cast of over 100 sportspeople and dancers trained in various different physical disciplines: martial artists, rugby players, gymnasts, athletes, wrestlers, capoeira dancers, breakers (breakdance), boxers, jive dances, contemporary dancers and many others.
Collision Course is screened in art galleries as well as on the outside of public buildings.
Running time: 33 minutes (48 sequential collisions).
Experimenta Recharge National Tour
The last outing of the Experimenta Recharge National Tour is being presented at the Samstag Museum from this Friday – 23 September.
Experimenta Recharge features the works of artists who employ, critique and experiment with media and technology.
When: 19 August – 23 September
Where: Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide
Opening Hours: Tues to Fri 11 am – 5pm, Sat 2 – 5pm and late on Thurs for ART AFTER DARK events. Closed public holidays and during exhibition changeovers.
Cost: Free admission, all welcome
For more info and the full program–click here.
East End Moving Image Program
The East End Moving Image Program is an initiative of the Adelaide City Council to forge deeper relationships with the arts community by commissioning moving image artists to create new artwork to activate the city at night, delighting unsuspecting audiences and contributing to the evening economy.
Collision Course is being screened on Rundle Street (on Target wall, across from UPark) nightly from 18 August – 15 September from 6 pm – 3am.
For more info on the East End Moving Image Program and all the other after dark events happening in Adelaide –click here.
Funded by the Department of Culture & The Arts (Government of Western Australia).