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A Faint Existence

Kristina Chan explores our complex connection to the environment, our desire to make a change, and the feelings of helplessness that derail our best intentions.

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A Faint Existence

Date: 16 Apr 2018

The solo debut from acclaimed Australian dancer-choreographer Kristina Chan, A Faint Existence is a physical meditation on impermanence, fragility and mortality in the age of climate change.

Chan’s performance explores our complex connection to the environment, our desire to make a change and the feelings of helplessness that derail our best intentions.

A Faint Existence forms part of Sydney Opera House’s UnWrapped season.

 

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