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Thu Mar 2 - Fri Mar 3

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Thu Mar 2 - Fri Mar 3

Thu Mar 2 - Fri Mar 3

Collision: Crashing, Splintering and Exploding, we Collide

A viewing, workshop and discussion by the queer, disabled and groovy duo – Low Standards, otherwise known as twins Bedelia Lowrenčev and Jeremy Lowrenčev. This workshop and discussion, explores their work-in-progress Collision and the intersectionality between their queerness and crip time. Audiences will come together to explore multiple marginalised worlds, making work in Western Sydney and dancing to the beat of your own drum.

Collision is a deep dive into the intersection of Queerness and Disability, and what it means to ricochet between the two. It is difference and togetherness through the micro and macro, from Bedelia and Jeremy’s ‘twin-dom’, to the culture and dynamics of entire communities. It is Bedelia and Jeremy’s stories, in their ways.

Collision. It’s Disabled, it’s Queer, it is a confetti cannon of pride, and most of all, it is learning to own your own colliding supernova funk.

Co-Creators/ Performers: Bedelia Lowrenčev and Jeremy Lowrenčev
Mentor/ Dramaturg: Felicity Nicol
Cinematographer: Lily Drummond
Sound Designer: Riana Head-Toussaint
Producer: PYT Fairfield

Tickets from: $10
19 Harris Street Fairfield, NSW 2165 Australia

The Fairfield School of Arts is accessible from the street. There is an accessible bathroom. This event will be auslan interpreted.

PYT is located at the Fairfield School of Arts (19 Harris Street Fairfield). It is a 7 minute walk from Fairfield Station or, the closest parking station is Downey Lane Carpark, which is a 2 minute walk from the School of Arts.

Recommended for age 14 years and up.


Thu Mar 2
Fri Mar 3
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Sydney WorldPride will take place on the lands of the Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Sydney Basin.

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