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Total Reflection

This audio-visual feast offers a bright look at the future of cultural spaces in a post-COVID world.
By Joe Rivers
June 07, 2021
By Joe Rivers
June 07, 2021

Billed as an experience that'll 'challenge traditional notions of the stage', Total Reflection is sure to be a Solstice favourite. It's taking over Opera Bar for six nights across June, decking out the harbourside bar with a neon light installation, created by Sam Whiteside and Babekühl, and music performance. The live audio component, courtesy of Jono Ma and Jonti, will be mixed in four-point surround sound, meaning you have a different experience depending on where you are in relation to the artists. Total Reflection also looks at implications on the future of the arts, and seeks to reimagine cultural spaces in a post-COVID world to make sure Sydney doesn't lose its much-loved cultural edge.

Top image: Opera Bar

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