"Things immaterial with so much potential"

This unique collaborative work created by e4444e, Skip Willcox and lovedavid, journeys into what it means to see and become; to hold weight and let go, to act out of fear and out of love.

Responding mutually to each other, this experimental stage production blends sonic compositions with a distinct visual environment - physically and digitally.

Choreographer Skip Willcox navigates the space in a range of divisions; sometimes symbiotically, sometimes extrapolated and unconfined. Together with dancer Allie Graham, their movements are intimate and morphic; Skip interprets the bodily and out of body experiences. The becoming, the holding, are just some of the invisibles within ourselves.

We pose the question of what's beyond us? What is within us?
So much potential lives in the shadows, between the edges, under the skin - how can we observe this?

A shiver with no chill, a lump in the throat, a premonition. Things immaterial existing within and without; real because they are there, invisible because they are not.


We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Awabakal people, the Traditional Custodians of the land this show is performed on. We extend our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.

Booking fees and charges may apply.
Music VisualArt


  • Thursday 18 February 8.00pm