We Are The World

Imagine a place where you could access information, communicate with other people, form connections, find your community … you mean the Internet?

No … welcome to The Post Internet.

post, Sydney based performance company, with technologist Josh Mu are creating a new Internet from scratch, made entirely from face-to-face conversations. After initial development in the UK, they are now entering Phase Two: Mount Gambier.

Think of it as an analogue internet.  During their residency post will invite local artists from the Mount Gambier region to share stories, expressed in any form.

Then they will create the new internet and a show semi-devised in front of your very eyes in the most high tech was they know how – with VHS recorders, overhead projectors and etch-a-sketches.

Hilarity will ensue. We guarantee it.

For more information about the artists, their process and the trail showings for the public on Thursday 23rd and 24th July stay tuned to “The Dirt”.

To participate as a local artist from the Mount Gambier region please contact steve.mayhew@countryarts.org.au

You can follow post via their facebook on https://www.facebook.com/post.p.post

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Matthew Bennett

Matthew Bennett

When

In Development 2014-16

Type

Artists in Residence with Community Participation

Presenter/Partners

Post, Intimate Spectacle

Location

Mount Gambier

About the Company

post

Mish Grigor, Natalie Rose and Zoe Coombs Marr are post, Sydney-based artists who devise and perform original works.

Sandpit creates immersive, personal experiences that change people. We place audiences right at the centre of interactive experiences.

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