21 June – 7 July 2024 View Events View map
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Flowing and pulsing underfoot, this thought-provoking video installation invites audiences to peer downwards to question the rift between the natural and the artificial. Embedded into the ground in the Nerang St Precinct, Alchemic Erosion explores the role human intervention played in the formation of Gold Coast waterways. Inspired by mystical notions of alchemy and the process of turning one thing into another, this immersive piece imagines an alternate waterway where human intervention has evolved new organic forms and wildlife, entwining the fantastic and dreamlike qualities of gold with the foreshadowing of entropy. 

  • 100% visual content

This work is a predominantly visual work. It may have minimal dialogue and some background music or sounds, or may be fully subtitled, so Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have close to the full experience of the work.

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Jason Haggerty is an immersive and interactive media artist with a penchant for real-time technologies. His works in video and large-scale interactive projection have been exhibited nationally and internationally - most notably creating a holographic VJ performance at the Rainbow Serpent Festival, and working alongside choreographer Nora Gibson to create a virtual ballet shown at The Fels Planetarium in Philadelphia.

Free Event

Various locations throughout Southport CBDSouthport CBD QLD 4215

Friday 21 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Saturday 22 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Sunday 23 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Friday 28 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Saturday 29 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Sunday 30 Jun5PM – 9:30PM
Friday 05 Jul5PM – 9:30PM
Saturday 06 Jul5PM – 9:30PM
Sunday 07 Jul5PM – 9:30PM
All times are QLD AEST

  • Free Event
  • Family
  • Installation
  • Visual Art

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