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Ngayomi/Shelter
Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal & Ria Soemardjo

Ngayomi/Shelter is a shared journey between audience and two performers, a contemplation on water, displacement and hope. Premiering at Bundanon, encounter delicate sculptural objects, powerful movement and a live soundscape in this intimate experience.

Dance and live music are interwoven by dancer/choreographer Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal and musician Ria Soemardjo. Hosted by two wise Jamu aunties, audiences are gently and playfully guided into an intimate encounter with sculptural objects, Jade Dewi’s visceral and sensual movement, and Ria’s bespoke musical instruments and voice creating a mesmerising soundscape. 

Set in a dystopian future, in a newly regenerating landscape, Ngayomi/Shelter evokes a ceremony for the losses and horror of the past, grounded in hope for the future.  

Session Times: Saturday 20 April (2pm & 4pm) & Sunday 21 April (11am & 1pm)

 


 

Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal & Ria Soemardjo

Angourie local Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal is a director, choreographer and dancer, focusing on extending dance language through intercultural arts practice and interdisciplinary performance.

Ria Soemardjo is a Melbourne based musician with a passion for collaboration across a diverse range of genres and artforms. Her evocative, textured soundscapes are often performed live using an eclectic array of unusual instruments including voice, gamelan instruments, percussion and found objects

Creative credits: Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal (Co-creator, performer, director & choreographer), Ria Soemardjo (Co-creator, performer, composer, costume & sculptures), Rachael Swain (Dramaturg), Matt Stegh (Mask Design) & Harley Stumm (Producer: Intimate Spectacle).

 


 

Tales of Land and Sea

This event is part of Bundanon’s program of live events for current exhibition Tales of Land and Sea.

Tales of Land and Sea brings together three distinct projects exploring storytelling, mythological narratives, migration and the diasporic experience. Drawing from both personal narratives and Eastern mythologies, each project highlights age-old themes of longing, displacement, cultural connection and belonging.

Discover more about the exhibition and upcoming events.

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Cost

General admission: $35
Members: $28
Concession: $30
Children (under 12): $10
Tickets include Art Museum entry

Location

170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo

Visiting

Family friendly show
Duration: 45 minutes

Dates & Times
20/04/2024 - 20/04/2024 Boyd Education Centre, Bundanon
21/04/2024 - 21/04/2024 Boyd Education Centre, Bundanon
Partners
Critical PathIntimate SpectacleMarrugekuNSW GovernmentReady Made Works
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