Up-close and personal

TRESPASSING is an intriguing blend of experimental theatre and video/sound art.

Watch in awe as four women dive into a world of visual projections and toy with each other’s emotions.

Created by Fremantle director Bello Benischauer and partner Elisabeth Eitelberger, the show confronts trespassing and privacy in an up-close and personal performance that promises to be intense, confronting and “quite loud”.

Trespassing also explores how gender is linked to identity, social interaction, power and oppression based on race, class, culture, religion, sexuality
and consumerism.

“An intimate journey to celebrate the transcultural qualities inherent in contemporary society by breaking boundaries between performer and audience,” Benischauer says.

Part of Fringe World, Trespassing is on at Edith Curtin’s Spectrum Project Space February 11-22. Tickets fringeworld.com.au

by JENNY D’ANGER

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