in. Studio+Cafe , 268 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Fleur Elise Noble, best known for her visual-theatre productions,has performed at over 50 venues and festival around the world. During the creation process, and in her spare time, Fleur obsessively draws, paints and sculpts. She spent the past 15 years travelling the world with her work, while her father suffered the burden of trying to find new space in the closet or under the staircase to accommodate her constantly expanding collection of creations. Until now...
EXHIBITION DETAILS: 3 - 30 August 2019 VENUE: IN.Studio+Cafe, 268 Pirie St, Adelaide
OPENING HOURS: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 7am - 3pmSat - 10am - 3pm
SPECIAL FREE EVENTS DURING THE EXHIBITION
SAT 3 AUG , 3pm - 6pm Exhibition Opening and Website Launch
SAT 10 AUG,11am - 2pm WORKSHOP Making clay faces with Fleur
SAT 17 AUG, 11am - 12pm / ARTIST TALK
SAT 24 AUG, 11am - 3pm / Final Weekend Brunch Party with Live Music
Vitalstatistix, Waterside, 11 Nile St, Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015
ROOMAN in PORT ADELAIDE
Presented by Insite Arts and Vitalstatisix
A girl meets a half-man-half-kangaroo in her dreams, and falls in love. Obsessed by his reality, and the idea of becoming a part of it, she takes desperate measures to spend more time with him. This obsession leads her into the darkest depths of the human psyche.
After sell-out shows in Melbourne, Slovenia and The Netherlands, South Australian artist Fleur Elise Noble returns to her home-town with her exquisitely textural visual performance that beautifully weaves puppetry, projection, drawing and dance. Like a low-tech hologram or a high-tech paper pop-up book, ROOMAN transports us inside worlds of animated universes as they unfold upon a giant, three-dimensional paper set.
Heart-warming and heart-breaking, ROOMAN is a visual-musical extravaganza about following your dreams, waking up, and living.
Port Adelaide locals, you will recognise your hometown in this fable.
“Noble and her team bear comparison to the British company 1927, crafting – from a bespoke, noir-like surrealism – a dark, whimsical style of visual theatre that dominates the imagination. Rooman is a must for anyone interested in the possibilities of cinema in theatrical space, and will fire the imagination of older children and adults alike.” The Sydney Morning Herald