I am a Branch Floating on a Swollen River After the Rain
200 Gertrude Street200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
I am a Branch Floating on a Swollen River After the Rain was a new site-specific work in the street-facing front gallery of Gertrude Contemporary by Sydney-based collaboration Wrong Solo (Brian Fuata and Agatha Gothe-Snape) involving a number of artists.
The work was a series of ten-minute improvisations that are performed, witnessed and transcribed into a score. The score will be displayed in the gallery and then re-performed by a selection of people throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Performance dates and times:
Friday 24 March, 6:30–6:40pm
with Brian Fuata
Saturday 25 March, 3–4pm
with Tim Derbyshire, Stephanie Kabanyana and Mark Shorter
Saturday 1 April, 3–4pm
with Spencer Lai, Adelle Mills and Nic Tammens
Saturday 8 April, 3–4pm
with Lauren Burrow, Luke George and DAMP
Witnesses: Georgina Criddle and Giles Fielke
The performances ran for a ten-minute duration only within the hour.