The Cubic Museum by Australian Dance Theatre and the South Australian Museum
Evoking the idea of the traditional museum display case, The Cubic Museum is a performance installation that brings to life themes relating to the South Australian Museum’s world-renowned collection.
Outstanding Adelaide-based choreographers Erin Fowler, Lewis Major and Jo Stone have been commissioned by Australian Dance Theatre to create live installation works that will be performed in a large Perspex cube that will be installed inside the Museum for the duration of the Festival.
These ingenious choreographers will be given the rare opportunity to collaborate with the museum’s scientists and researchers, exploring ideas and concepts derived from the collection and archives.
Come and check out this unique partnership between Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) and the South Australian Museum and discover the meeting point of art and science.
Free public performances will take place during the Adelaide Dance Festival.
A unique collaboration between Australian Dance Theatre and the South Australian Museum.
- Choreographers & Dancers: Erin Fowler, Lewis Major, Jo Stone
- Project collaborators: Professor John Carty, Garry Stewart
Tue 1011:30am 1:30pm
Wed 1111:30am 1:30pm
Sat 1411:30am 1:30pm
Sun 1511:30amLewis Major (2hrs)
Tue 1711:30am 1:30pmErin fowler & Jo stone
Wed 1811:30am 1:30pmErin fowler & Jo stone
Thu 1911:30amLewis Major (2hrs)
Fri 2011:30amLewis Major (2hrs)
Sat 2111:30am 1:30pmErin fowler & Jo stone
The South Australian Museum
Photograph by Sofia Calado
Proudly supported by
South Australian Museum and City of Adelaide.