Witness the daring work of Lucas Abela (SYD), who uses plate glass and noise electronics in his legendary performances. Over the past two years Abela has completely reimagined his performances, developing a quadraphonic approach that synchronises with his body resulting in a responsive and embodied aural intensity.
For MONO 41 Abela will be supported by Maria Moles (MEL). Maria is a drummer/producer whose solo percussion performances span free improvisation, jazz, contemporary composition and experimental pop to contribute an acute sense of touch, placement and timbre, and a powerful rhythmic drive. She has recently celebrated the release of her new album For Leolanda.
Please note: limited seating will be available for those who need it.
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By purchasing tickets, you and your guests agree to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in line with Government mandated vaccination requirements. For entry we recommend downloading the Check In Qld app prior to your arrival and linking your proof of vaccination. For contact tracing purposes, we are using the Check In Qld app. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or are feeling unwell, please stay home.