FRINGE WORLD 2015 AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED...
MOBILE MOMENTS 3.0 WINS BEST FREE AND COMMUNITY EVENT
MOBILE MOMENTS 3.0
Created by Sarah Nelson. Presented by The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights as part of Fringe World. Proudly supported by the City of Perth.
An immersive one-on-one experience taking place on a custom made trike, Mobile Moments 3.0 is a film portraiture project that celebrates the people of a place. Get on and go for a ride – whatever happens in the moment, surrender and share a slice of yourself.
During each ride, a private and personal exchange unfolds, all the while a persons likeness is captured as a video portrait filmed from the handlebars of the trike. These captured moments will be presented as part of a short film series screened and projected across various sites of the city.
Conceived in 2011 for an artist residency with DADAA Inc. the project was developed over a month working with youth from the Derby and Mowunjum communities. In 2012 the project was presented as a part of the inaugural Proximity Festival, which offered not only a starkly contrasting environment as a backdrop for the films, but also a paying adult audience to the experience. Mobile Moments 3.0 will merge these extremes and play with the possibilities of chance encounters across the city. Searching the streets and approaching participants only when a moment reveals itself, the artist is out there to connect and capture with a diverse cross section of the Perth community.
This is a completely free event suitable for all ages.
Pedalling: 4 – 7 & 11-14 February 2015 | Screening 10 – 22 February 2015
FREE EVENT | SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES | NO BOOKINGS NECESSARY | GET OUT THERE & DISCOVER THE MOMENT
View peddling zone map for the various locations covered during the festival.
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With special thanks to Chris Williams and DADAA Inc. for their ongoing support of this project
Mobile Moments acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and community and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.