What is shaping how you think about the planet’s future?
Forecast brings together artists, scientists, thinkers and change-makers from around the world to explore answers to that question.
Grief expands and contracts temporalities.
The breath in deliberately occupies space
The pause elongates the moment
The release amplifies a remembering
All to be repeated in a ritual of remembering, and remembering, and…
To be enveloped by the extraordinary senses that are opened by grief is to be present to the shared space of loss and lamentation that exists across time and species. By recognising the patterns of our own pain, beauty, and suffering we might begin to understand how we as humans might break the cycle of the forever unjust.
a film by Michelle St Anne and Julie Vulcan
with The Living Room Theatre
Michelle St Anne
Filmed on location
Gundungurra Country (Southern Highlands)
Gadigal Land (Inner-West Sydney)
Invisible Dust for ‘Forecast’
Dedicated to the many named and unnamed
We’ll be sending you a link for this video performance at the time stated, and you’ll be to watch it whenever you want, up until 11pm on Sunday the 7th of March.
Friday 5 March 2021