A performance that would make Michael Scott quake in his parkour-specific boots, Frameshift uses urban infrastructure and scaffolding as a stage and playground.
Co-produced by Korean and Australian performers, Frameshift combines aerial and physical theatre, light and b-boy dancing. From Korea comes both Creative Dandi — who combines urban architecture with vertical dance — and the internationally acclaimed b-boy group and hip-hop experts, Drifterz Crew. They'll both work in collaboration with the Australian Stalker Theatre to fuse technology with acrobatics and explore the concepts of community and infrastructure in this visually stunning experience.
Through dance, you'll be taken on a journey of self-discovery, travelling through time and space from Korea in 1926 to 2016 to 2106. And that's not all, you'll also be immersed in iridescence as interactive technology turns body movement into light projections.
Frameshift is an awe-inspiring Australian-first performance — and it's all for the sweet price of $0. Presented by Art & About Sydney, a series of pop-up performances produced by City of Sydney, the show will take place at Customs House running from 8.30–9.30pm daily on Friday, February 16, Saturday, February 17, and Sunday, February 18. So mark your calendars and get in quick, this is a free production you don't want to miss.