By Moira Finucane
Part of Finucane's globally acclaimed Art vs Extinction Suite.
Stitching live museum exhibition to immersive theatre and a mass-mortality event. Exploring grief, loss, isolation, stark beauty, deep time, ice melting and hope – all at epic scale.
Inviting humans into an imagined-Antarctica, the only place on earth with no permanent human habitation, to imagine a future together.
A sneak peek into the work, livestreaming on Saturday 5 September 2020. Free – registrations essential.
Moira Finucane is a globally renowned live artist, director, writer and performer. Drawing on high art, low art, street life, the natural world, the spiritual and the populist, Finucane creates intimate spectacles – burning boundaries from cabaret to installation, drama to burlesque to create indelible visions of humanity, freedom, power and desire. With a background in environmental science, conservation and gender violence, Finucane began hijacking burlesque and archetype in underground clubs, and has evolved worldwide, with presentations across 16 countries, Antarctica to Tibetan Plateau, and 15 awards including Presentation of the Year (Cuba), 8 Green Rooms & Miami's Climakaze Climate/Art Award.
Header image of The Rapture, Chapter II Art vs. Extinction. Photography: Jodie Hutchinson