Event Lisa Lerkenfeldt and Alexandra Spence

Lisa Lerkenfeldt and Alexandra Spence

MONO 42

19 May 2022
6.30pm

For MONO 42 Melbourne-based Lisa Lerkenfeldt presents A Garden Dissolves Into Black Silk, a work exploring magnetic tape erosion, crumbling textures, and distant melodies of a dissolving world. Also performing her work A veil, the sea is Sydney-based Alexandra Spence. Spence’s piece explores the relationships between bodies and water, real and imaginary landscapes, and sound and ecology.

Please note: limited seating will be available for those who need it. Given this, please feel free to bring your own rugs and/or cushions.

*If you can afford it, consider purchasing a solidarity ticket to provide a ticket to someone with financial limitations who would like to attend. If you are experiencing financial hardship but would like to attend please contact engagement@ima.org.au.

Accessibility information:
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Lisa Lerkenfeld. Photo: Pia Hannah.

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