If Flowstate charged for entry — which, during its first year, it doesn't — then the space's latest offering would be a three-for-one deal. Head along between Tuesday, August 21 and Sunday, August 26, and a trio of creative endeavours awaits, spanning dance, science and poetry.
With Liesel Zink's Inter, which plays at 7.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday and at 5pm on Sunday, dance and spoken word combine. It's a piece that's all about people working together — and, if you've been to Flowstate over the past few months, you might've seen it in development.
Planets, the latest work by Michael Smith and Andy Bates, asks you to join in. You'll not only spy light emanating from illuminated spheres, but touch it, watch it change and follow the actions led by a contemporary dancer as you do both. It takes place at 6.40pm from Tuesday to Saturday, and then after Inter on Sunday.
Finally, Cities of Cloud and Wire is an installation of projections from Jason Nelson and Alinta Krauth. Expect the space to come to life with a new digital skin that'll provide quite the eye candy.
Image: Fenlan Chuang.