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TERRAPOLIS is a new performance work by award-winning artist Julia Croft which seeks to reimagine a more sustainable way of existing with each other.

$25 - $35 (Service fees may apply)
70 Minutes
Wed 20 - Sat 23 October
Wed 20 Oct, 7pm - 8:10pm
Thu 21 Oct, 7pm - 8:10pm
Fri 22 Oct, 7pm - 8:10pm
Sat 23 Oct, 7pm - 8:10pm

PLEASE NOTE: This show was originally scheduled for August 2021. If you had tickets to those dates we'll be in touch with you directly.

A performer, a jackhammer and a pile of rocks attempt to crack the earth wide open and enter the void. Let's find something new together.

TERRAPOLIS is a new performance work that escapes fixed definitions; creating and recreating worlds in which we encounter organic and inorganic organisms, speculative fantasy and science fiction. TERRAPOLIS decentres both linear time and human certainty and creates some sweet drum and bass from a pile of rocks.

Created by a team of award-winning creatives: performer Julia Croft, featuring live sound design by Jason Wright, performance design by Meg Rollandi and direction by Nisha Madhan

Created with support from:

Creative New Zealand
Battersea Arts Centre
Massey University

Audience Warnings: Contains haze and full nudity. May contain strobe.

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