The world is an interesting place. Particularly places such regional South Australia where you can discover that theatre doesn’t need actors on a stage and the end of days could be a much more than doomsday preppers and zombies.
The creative geniuses of Sandpit have teamed up with other cutting-edge artists to develop a completely new type of experiential theatre in regional South Australia. Following residencies in Mt Gambier, Renmark and Roxby Downs the team is preparing to premiere the project in Mt Gambier in 2017.
Be prepared for state of the art sound design in your headphones while taking in the natural surrounds and find yourself deciding what should be preserved, what should be destroyed and what things you’d miss in the event of the apocalypse.
For more information about the artists, their process and the trail sessions for the public and how you can get involved stay tuned to “The Dirt”.
22. 06. 2016
Mapping the Audience Experience
Arising from the various creative developments Sandpit is using storyboards to visually detail the proposed audience experience for “Eyes”. Below are some drafts and workings, thoughts and bubbles, ideas and meanderings. Save Save
22. 06. 2016
Sandpit took over the Bakehouse Theatre in Adelaide for a week to start investigating how we could build a special bunker for our apocalyptic audio tour ‘Eyes’. ‘Eyes’ is entering its final stages of development in anticipation of its premiere in early 2017. The experience will culminate in audience members entering a ‘bunker’ in which […]
03. 02. 2016
‘Eyes’ Development – Watch the video
From the Book of Revelations to cosmology, Eyes is examining the eclectic stories and theories that we have developed to consider what the end of our civilisation and existence might be like. This could be divine influence, war, climate change, the collapse of the universe and anything in between. The work seeks not to point […]