SEDIMENT

8 – 30 MAY / EXHIBITION
Sediment brings together the work of five contemporary artists who utilise collage as an aesthetic to consider human transformation of the environment.

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Bridging The In-Between

8 – 30 MAY / EXHIBITION
Bridging the In-between explores the intersections of meteorology, technology and spatiotemporal experience.

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Ambit

8 – 30 MAY / EXHIBITION
Parallel Park (Tay Haggarty and Holly Bates) present a new video work continuing their ongoing interest in queer formations of intimacy and collaboration.

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LIGHT AFFECTION

15 + 16 – MAY | FERRYMAN’S HUT
Helle’s exhibition Light Affection will invigorate Ferryman’s Hut with ephemeral installations through a lens of light and sensory experience

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ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE

18 – 29 MAY | THEATRE
Ten actors on stage across three eras; this is a big story told intimately. A story of family, mental health, love, strong women, supportive men and so much more in between.

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FERTILE GROUND

25 – 29 MAY | DANCE
With vivid choreography, Fertile Ground manipulates space, sound and a brutalist pile of concrete bricks in this ground-breaking participatory performance.

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OLD HAUNTS

5 – 26 JUN / EXHIBITION
ANTHEM ARI aims to provide a dedicated platform to celebrate the practices of First Nations, diasporic, and LGBTQI+ identifying artists of colour in Australia.

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WHITE WOMAN

9 – 12 JUN | DANCE
In this dance-based satire, the artist places herself as the object of interrogation to question complicity and the transformational potential of self-enquiry.

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SUBTITLE IRAN

5 – 26 JUN / EXHIBITION
This research-based photo series that explores the ways Western film and television has perceived Iran, mainly before and after the Iranian Revolution of 1979.

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Natsuko

19 AUG / MUSIC
Natusko Yoshimoto performs three staple works of the violin + piano repertoire. This promises to be a major highlight of the 2021 BMF, not to be missed!

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