Access Memory Premiere

- Performing Arts Premiere

Through the manipulation of sculptural forms Access Memory by Tegan Nash Ollett explores the navigation of precariousness in search of stability, reflecting on personal histories and evoking universal experiences. Is this a process of internal scaffolding, drawing on everything we know and experience?

The sculptural forms are non-descript and the process of defining them is an act of choreography. The forms become structures to sustain, house and fall unexpectedly - a metaphor for process, resilience, and stability. A siege, a loved one, or a moment in time.

Impressive light states appear and shift as the sculpture and the body find balance; while the work features a live collaboration with sound artist Isadore, whose haunting vocals and instrumentation are guided by the often unpredictable interplay between body and form.

Warning: This performance uses dim and shifting light states.

Access Memory has been supported via residencies with Guts Dance Alice Springs, Goods Shed Arts (Castlemaine) and Lucy Guerin Inc (Melbourne); and through funding by Regional Arts Victoria's, Quick Response Grants Program.

Image Credit: Jeff Busby


Choreographer/performer: Tegan Nash Illett

Sound designer/performer: Isadore 

  • Event Details
    Date & Times:
    Thursday 1st June, 6:00pm-7:00pm
    Friday 2nd June, 6:00pm-7:00pm
    Saturday 3rd June, 2:30pm-3:30pm
    Saturday 3rd June, 6:00pm-7:00pm


    • Full Price : $30.00 
    • Wheelchair Accessible Seat: $25.00
    • Companion Card Admission: $0.00 
    • Concession: $25.00
    Running Time:
    60 minutes
    Studio Theatre
    All ages
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